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Tokyo Olympics will take place without spectators

Olympic organizers initially had planned to limit spectators to just 10,000

By Ryan Gaydos

Fox News

The Tokyo Olympics will be held without spectators this year amid the uptick in coronavirus cases in the country, Japan’s Olympics Minister Tamayo Marukawa said Thursday.

The announcement came after a state of emergency was issued aimed at containing rising COVID-19 cases. Marukawa said Olympic organizers came to the agreement to hold the games without fans, according to Reuters. International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach met with organizers and officials in Japan.

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