[Photo]See a larger photoVolunteers at the Tokyo Olympics couldn’t hide their confusion. A 28-year-old volunteer who is supposed to guide the spectators at the beach volleyball stadium says, “I will guide the people involved, but I’m not sure if it makes sense to volunteer (even though there are no spectators).” .. Other volunteers also said, “I started studying English to welcome spectators from overseas, but it became useless with the new corona. I tried to guide the domestic spectators happily, but that also became difficult. Motivation in this situation. It’s really difficult to maintain the motivation. ” When it was decided to hold an unattended event just two weeks before the Tokyo Olympics, Japanese society was flooded with dissatisfaction as if it had run out. It is pointed out that if the infection of the new corona is serious enough to issue a state of emergency, can the Olympics be held safely? Furthermore, the fact is that even if an emergency declaration is issued, there is no effect in preventing the spread of the new corona. Since the state of emergency was declared four times since last year, the degree of fatigue of the people has become extremely high, and this has significantly reduced their alertness. According to statistics tracked by NTT DoCoMo’s mobile phone location information, the floating population rather increased in downtown areas such as Shinjuku, Shibuya, and Ginza at the beginning of May this year when the third state of emergency was announced. Also, on the 26th of last month, the first weekend after the state of emergency was lifted, the floating populations of Ginza and Ikebukuro surged 97% and 92%, respectively. With or without a state of emergency, the floating population continued to grow, and rather, when the state of emergency was lifted, a larger population flooded the streets. There are also voices saying that the Tokyo Olympics should be canceled instead of being held without an audience. “It may be a disappointing result for the Japanese, but Japan should have canceled the Olympics,” said Jonathan Reiner, a professor at George Washington University in the United States. Professor Reiner explained that the spread of the new corona is inevitable when the Olympics are forced, such as the vaccination rate in Japan staying at 15%. Initially, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga was reluctant to issue a state of emergency, saying, “If vaccination speeds up, the momentum of the spread of the new corona will weaken.” “The vaccine has reduced the number of people infected with the elderly who are becoming more severe,” said Prime Minister Suga. “If the rate of vaccination with the modelna vaccine increases, following Pfizer, the infection will subside.” I thought that the new coronavirus would be far away in the rainy season. However, the modelna vaccine secured by the Japanese government as of the end of June was only one-third of the conventional target value, and his expectations were disappointing due to the delay in vaccine supply. It is also argued that the loss can be reduced by interrupting the deficit Olympics in the situation where it was foretold. Professor Jules Boykoff of the Department of Political Science at Pacific University in the United States said, “The Olympics will bring a deficit to Japan.” If the infection spreads, the cost of response and countermeasures will increase, and losses will be inevitable. “