The Head of the Organizing Committee of the Tokyo Olympic Games, Toshiro Muto, did not rule out suspending the maximum sporting feat a few days after the opening of the event.
During a press conference, Muto alerted about the cases that have been registered in the village and assured that it is a risk in the event.
“We cannot predict what will happen in the future with the number of coronavirus cases. So what we will do is discussing the differences, he said
In that sense, he indicated that they will continue to monitor each of the cases.
"At this point, coronavirus cases may increase or decrease, so we will think about what we should do when the situation arises," he added.
The opening of the Olympic Games is scheduled for Friday, June 23, but this Wednesday football begins with the match between Sweden and the United States.