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  • International Olympics Committee chief Thomas Bach said Monday he was very confident Spectators can attend the postponed 2021 games in Tokyo, Japan.

  • That announcement came after a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide, a saga where the to fist bump to in greeting.

  • Bach is visiting Japan for two days of meetings with Games organizer's to discuss countermeasures to combat the coronavirus.

  • Talks will include whether to allow Spectators into venues and how to safely accommodate more than 11,000 athletes from across the world.

  • The visit is his first to Tokyo since March, when he and former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe decided to postpone the game's to 2021 because of virus risks.

  • In Monday's meeting, Suga, who succeeded Abbas prime minister earlier this year, reiterated Japan's commitment to hosting the games.

International Olympics Committee chief Thomas Bach said Monday he was very confident Spectators can attend the postponed 2021 games in Tokyo, Japan.

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Spectators likely allowed at 2021 Tokyo Olympics

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/16
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