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Corona virus case report at Tokyo Olympics Torch Rally

Corona virus case report at Tokyo Olympics Torch Rally
TOKYO: A case of corona virus has been reported at the Olympic Flashlight Rally. According to the organizers, the victim is around 30 years old and has been isolated after taking all precautionary measures.

According to foreign media, the dangers of corona virus are once again looming over the Tokyo Olympics. A statement from the sports organizers said the victim was attending a torch rally. Corona’s case came to light on the southern Japanese island of Shikoku.

The Japanese government has announced that the Olympic Games will be postponed immediately if the spread of the global corona virus does not stop.

The announcement was made by government official Toshihiro Nakai during a television interview. “We are closely monitoring the situation of corona virus in the country,” he said. We hope that this global epidemic will be overcome.

However, Toshi Hero Nakai took a blunt stance, saying that if the spread of the corona virus and its dangerous war continued, we would decide to postpone the already postponed Olympic Games without thinking.

Keep in mind that the biggest sporting event, the Olympics, is to be held in Tokyo. However, it was postponed due to the threat of a global epidemic of corona virus.

The Japanese Ministry of Sports plans to hold it this year, but it has been made conditional on the status of the corona virus as the third wave of the global pandemic threatens to spread around the world.

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