The governor of Japan's Chiba Prefecture revealed that He has no plans to specifically allocate hospital beds to Olympic athletes with COVID-19 amid calls for Olympians to receive preferential treatment over the general public.
Chiba prefectural governor Toshihito Kumagai stated that He called on the committee to organize the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. Which will be held in Tokyo and nearby areas Refrain from using the province's medical resources. Among the rising numbers of COVID-19 cases
Kumagai told the media that He does not consider allowing valuable bedding for COVID-19 patients in the province to Olympic athletes or people involved in the game. After the previous The organizing organization hopes to collaborate with around 30 hospitals in the capital and surrounding areas.
Yesterday, the governor of Ibaraki Prefecture rejected a similar request from the organizing committee. And added that the Tokyo Olympics "Not a prerequisite," under any circumstances, with the offer to cancel the competition. If the epidemic situation is dire
In less than three months before the scheduled opening of the Tokyo Olympics. Many Japanese have called on the government and the organizing committee of the Olympic Games to address public health concerns and to revisit the organization of the competition.