A meeting was held Monday morning to decide on the presence or absence of spectators during the Olympic Games.
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The question is raised in Tokyo: there should be spectators in the stadiums. On Monday, June 21, the organizers and the Japanese authorities had to decide whether or not there would be spectators during the Olympics. Finally, the organizers announced that local spectators were allowed with a 50% gauge at competition venues, up to a maximum limit of 10,000 people.
The spectator limit for the Olympic Games will be set at 50% of venue capacity, up to a maximum of 10,000 people at all venues.
For more information on what was agreed upon at today’s five-party meeting: https://t.co/On7tfGKidm
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But the competitions could take place behind closed doors if Covid-19 infections multiply again, organizers said. At the end of March, the latter had already announced the ban on welcoming foreign spectators because of the health situation.