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Japan’s Tokyo Olympics will strengthen epidemic prevention, and some activities need to be booked to limit the number of people.

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On December 1st, local time, in Tokyo, Japan, the Olympic Fifth Ring logo, which was being transported by boat, returned to Tokyo Bay after four months of safety inspection and maintenance.

December 16th According to a report by the “Central News Agency” on the 16th, as a response to the COVID-19 epidemic, the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games of Japan plan to adopt an appointment system in some event venues that provide public broadcasting and other services to limit the number of admissions.

According to the report, during the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, it is planned to set up event venues in Tokyo to hold public broadcasting and sports experience and other activities.

Tokyo is considering strengthening the epidemic prevention of the event venue, including disinfection of the venue and limiting the number of visitors.

It is reported that six venues, such as Yoyogi Park and Inotou Park, are considering an appointment system to avoid crowd gatherings. Tokyo Metropolitan Hall will cancel the public broadcast and can only take photos with the mascot of the conference.

Tokyo will also review the spacing of seats, change the design, set the upper limit of admissions and other measures one after another, and is expected to consolidate the epidemic prevention plan in the spring of 2021.

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