Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony 'will be open to VIPs only with NO spectators ...

Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony 'will be open to VIPs only with NO spectators ...
Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony 'will be open to VIPs only with NO spectators ...
Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony 'will be open to VIPs only with NO spectators due to Covid'

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The Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony will be open to VIPs only with no ordinary spectators allowed because of rising Covid cases, according to a report. 

International Olympic Committee (IOC) representatives, foreign dignitaries, sponsors and others connected to the Games will be allowed into the National Stadium to watch the July 23 ceremony, according to Asahi Shimbun newspaper.

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But fans will be locked out because there are growing concerns over rising coronavirus cases in the Japanese capital. The seven day average in Tokyo is at around 580 Covid cases per day - a 92 per cent increase on mid-June. 

International Olympic Committee (IOC) representatives, foreign dignitaries, sponsors and others connected to the Games will be allowed into the National Stadium (pictured) to watch the July 23 ceremony

International Olympic Committee (IOC) representatives, foreign dignitaries, sponsors and others connected to the Games will be allowed into the National Stadium (pictured) to watch the July 23 ceremony

Organisers are working to whittle down the expected 10,000 'Olympic family' members to a level the Japanese public would find acceptable, the report

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