Tokyo Summer Olympics organizers postponed volunteer training due to coronavirus outbreak which was scheduled to begin from Saturday. However, the organizers on Friday revealed in a statement that the training has been rescheduled.
The Organizing Committee has confirmed that the postponement of the Volunteer training will not have an effect on the preparations of the other events and there are no plans to cancel the Olympic games.
The Outbreak of the Coronavirus in china last year have raised concerns about the timely opening of the games and has raised growing questions whether Japan is doing enough to contain the spread of the coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2.
Some investors are concerned about the spread of the epidemic that could withdraw the Olympics games, scheduled to begin on 24th July in Tokyo.
The virus struck Diamond Cruise ship has been quarantined near Tokyo, where more than 400 Japanese and Foreign nationals on board are set to disembark the ship.
The cruise carrying 3700 people has been quarantined off Yokohama since arriving on 3rd February, with more than 600 people have been infected with the coronavirus.
Two Japanese citizens aged 80’s died on Thursday and about 100 passengers are set to quarantine in the coming days for further treatment.
So far 80 people from Japan have tested positive for the virus and mainland China has been hit severely killing more than 2,000 individuals.
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