Japan to lift virus emergency one month before Olympics

Japan to lift virus emergency one month before Olympics

17/6/2021 7:15:00 AM

Japan to lift virus emergency one month before Olympics

TOKYO — Japan plans to lift Tokyo's virus emergency on June 20, a month before the Olympics, the government announced Thursday (June 17) as reports said only 10,000 spectators would be allowed at Games events.

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