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Japan's Olympia makers have criticized plans to allow alcohol in the arenas during the summer games. As the organizers announced, alcohol is prohibited.
Japanese media reports, the organizers had considered pressure from the Brewery Group Asahi, an important sponsor of the games, to allow the spectators to drink alcohol within the competition sites. Asahi accepted the ban, now Olympia Organizational Schefin Seiko Hashimoto declared a month before the planned opening of the games on July 23. Also, fans may explicitly not bring their own alcohol into the arenas.
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The original plans had encountered criticism. Citizens in Tokyo continue to continue restrictions on the consumption of alcohol after the Corona emergency is suspended. You can drink with at most of another person in restaurants or bars and only until 19.00. "Are the Olympic Games an exception after the restaurant operators were burdened with anti-infection measures for so long?" Haruo Ozaki had recently been quoted by the Tokyo Medical Association. He had asked the organizers not to allow alcohol at Olympia.Strict Rules
also strict rules apply to the athletes in the Olympic village. They are allowed to drink alcohol only private on their rooms. Also, they will not receive the traditional condoms traditionally usual in Olympics during the games, but only on their departure from Japan. The first place is that the games are safe, you are responsible for the responsibility, said Hashimoto. For this purpose, strict behavioral and hygiene rules are applicable to the games, as they have given them before no Olympic tournament.
Nevertheless, there are great concern in the population and experts that the virus could spread with its variants like delta. Nevertheless, Japan's Olympia officers have allowed up to 10,000 native spectators in all competitions in summer. A maximum of half of the places may be occupied in the arenas. The decision supported by the IOC is subject to reservation. Should the infection situation deteriorate and another emergency need to be called up again, spectators could still be locked out. Foreign fans remains denied entry.
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