The Tokyo Olympics Holy Fire Relay will be held on the 8th in Nagasaki Prefecture, and in the final city of Sasebo, the number of spectators at the ceremony will be reduced by half to prevent infection with the new coronavirus.
The Tokyo Olympic Torch Relay is being held in Nagasaki Prefecture, and about 180 runners will run in 17 cities and towns over the two days of the 7th and 8th.
On the 8th of the second day, after connecting the torch in 9 cities and towns, starting Nagayo Town, visiting the remote islands of Goto City, Tsushima City, Hirado City, etc., the last Sasebo City is the local Former professional baseball player from Japan, Kenji Jojima, etc. will run.
At the ceremony venue in Sasebo City, the number of spectators will be reduced to 500, which is half of the original schedule, in order to prevent the infection of the new coronavirus.
The Games Organizing Committee and Nagasaki Prefecture are supporting live broadcasts delivered on the Internet as much as possible, and are calling for thorough infection control measures such as keeping a distance between people along the road and not making a loud voice.