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Japan’s expanded state of emergency went has gone into effect as the government seeks to stop a surge of the coronavirus, though with the restrictions not binding many people appeared to be ignoring t
The once-delayed Tokyo Olympics may not go ahead this summer as planned as the COVID-19 pandemic rages, a Japanese cabinet minister said on Thursday, saying the host needs to be ready for anything.
Japan is to suspend entry of all non-resident foreigners, and foreign residents are to be deported if they violate quarantine regulations.
The head of Japanese beverage group Suntory Holdings, who is also a government adviser, said he was uncertain whether Japan can host the Olympics due to the coronavirus pandemic, and that the decision would likely be made by end-March.
Sailor Eilidh McIntyre says suggestions to delay the Olympics until 2024 could jeopardise the chance of medal contenders.
Japan's government will halt entry by business travellers from 11 countries and regions including China and South Korea that are currently still permitted to enter the country, the Nikkei reported on Wednesday,
Restrictions to spread beyond Tokyo to include Osaka and Kyoto; US testing requirements expanded to most international air travellers
Wales and GB judoka Natalie Powell says she believes the Tokyo Olympics will be safe, as she aims to move a step closer to securing her spot there. The re-arranged Tokyo Games are due to begin in less than 200 days.
The president of the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee has tried to reassure the public that the postponed games will open in six months. Two polls in the last few days show
CEO Muto dismisses media report claiming IOC and Games organisers will debate the fate of Olympics in February.. Read more at straitstimes.com.