It is expected that an emergency will be reissued from the 12th in Tokyo, where the number of people infected with the new corona is approaching 1,000 a day. In response to this, the Tokyo Olympics (Olympic Games), which will start on the 23rd, is more likely to be held with “no spectators”. According to the Sankei Shimbun on the 7th, the Japanese government held a ministerial meeting on that day and the emergency situation, which is the highest level in Tokyo, where “priority measures such as spread prevention (pre-stage of emergency)” have been taken until the 11th. Has begun to be adjusted in the direction of declaring again. It will be the fourth time if an emergency is declared again in Tokyo. The situation in Tokyo’s new corona is getting worse enough to declare an emergency in front of the Olympics. The number of people infected with the new coronavirus confirmed in Tokyo on the 7th was 920, the highest since May 13 (1010), which was the peak of the third epidemic. The three cities in the Tokyo metropolitan area will extend the priority measures, and the remaining six areas where the situation has improved will be lifted. Okinawa, where an emergency has been announced, is expected to be converted to priority measures. If the Olympics are held in an emergency, the competition is expected to be “non-spectator”. The Japanese government will hold a five-party meeting with related organizations such as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on the 8th at the earliest to make a final decision on whether to accept the spectators of the Tokyo Olympics, which has two weeks left. The Mainichi Shimbun reported on the 7th that a plan to hold all the competitions of the Tokyo Olympics without spectators has emerged within the Japanese government. At the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly election held on the 4th, he confirmed the fierce public sentiment toward the government’s enforcement of the Olympics, and decided that “the audience is already tough” (government minister). The Japanese government, the Organizing Committee, the IOC, etc. decided to accept some spectators at the meeting on the 21st of last month, but decided to discuss this again if emergencies and priority measures continue after the 12th.