The International Olympic Committee and Japanese organizers are trying to convince the public that the Tokyo Olympics, which were cancelled for a year in view of the ongoing pandemic, will be held next year. In view of the pandemic caused by the COVID-19 virus, it was decided to postpone the Tokyo Olympics 2020 for one year.
Toshiro Muto, CEO of the Tokyo Organizing Committee, said that Sports events can be organized without vaccines. At the same time, IOC member John Coates, who is looking after the responsibility of Tokyo Olympics, said this week that "Sports events will be organized amidst the pandemic". It is clear that Japan would be ready in every situation to organize the Games safely in any circumstances.
Committee wants to have a successful and safe ceremony of this sports ceremony. He will participate in the virtual meeting of the IOC Executive Board. He is expected to present a positive assessment of the prospects of the Tokyo Olympics. In a recent public survey, Japanese individuals and the business community had raised doubts about the organization of sports. The organizing committee spokesman Masa Takaya said on Tuesday, "We can tell you that the IOC is fully committed to organizing the 32nd Olympic Games in Tokyo. However, the date has not been decided".