Fears that the Tokyo Olympics chief will be infected with the Corona virus

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On the tenth of last March, the head of the Tokyo Olympics 2020, Yoshiro Mori, met with the Vice-Chairman of the Japanese Olympic Committee, who was recently found to have been infected with the Corona virus, meaning that the Olympic chief might be ill.

An official at Mori’s office said that the head of the Tokyo Olympics was not subject to detection of the new Corona virus, as he did not have the requirements to do so and that there were no symptoms of the disease.

Mori, 82, and Vice President of the Japanese Olympic Committee Kuo Tashima attended a rugby cup meeting on March 10.

Tashima underwent a test to detect the Corona virus, on Tuesday, and the result was positive.

John Kusumoto, spokesman for the Organizing Committee for the World Rugby World Cup, said the meeting was attended by 60 people, and that Morey was sitting about 10 meters from Tashima on the other side of the table.

Doubts are growing about the possibility of holding the Tokyo Olympics as planned, due to lack of vision due to the spread of the Corona virus, but the championship officials and the Japanese government confirmed that it was launched on time and that it would be held in the presence of the fans.

“He (Mori) goes to the hospital 3 times a week to wash his kidneys. So if he gets a fever, doctors will be able to have him checked,” Mori’s official added.

Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told reporters that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met with Mori on March 16, without giving any further details.

Suga did not answer a question about Abe being exposed to corona virus detection.

He continued: “Health centers take all necessary measures once people are infected with the Corona virus, including identifying those in contact with them.”

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