The 2020 Summer Olympics, which will start on July 23, have been criticized by hundreds of thousands of people due to the still high number of cases in Japan. The number of people who participated in the petition to cancel the Olympics opened by Utsunomiya Kenji, the President of the Former Bar Association of Japan, reached 450 thousand.
With the rapid introduction of vaccines around the world, most countries have begun to relax measures. At the beginning of these countries was Japan, whose daily number of cases reached approximately 2,500 people. Japan, which will host the 2020 Summer Olympics, which will start in August, has made a radical decision. state of emergency until the end of august announced but did not make any changes in the course of the Olympics.
The endangerment of people, both in Japan and those who will participate in the Olympics, due to the Olympics has become a major concern all over the world. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic to prevent the Olympics from being held. The number of people participating in a campaign launched has reached 450 thousand with the increase in cases in Japan.
“It’s time to take the bold decision”
The 2020 Summer Olympics, which was expected to be held in its own year, that is, in 2020 under normal conditions, was postponed due to the pandemic. The new date of the Olympics, in which athletes from all over the world will participate, has been set as 2021, but in Japan still high case numbersbrought with it concerns about this organization that thousands of people would participate in.
Last May, Utsunomiya Kenji, President of the Former Japan Bar Association, “Cancel Tokyo Olympics to Save Our Lives” started a petition called the petition, which has been signed by more than 450 thousand people so far. Kenji, who argued that it was illogical to hold the Olympics after Japan declared a state of emergency until the end of August, will affect thousands of people. It’s time to take the bold decision stated that.
For now, there has been no official statement from the Japanese government regarding the Olympics, and if there is no change in the decision, the 2020 Summer Olympics No spectators from 23 July to 8 August will be performed.