Tokyo (Japan): Tokyo Olympics sports athletes have proposed to enforce a ban on alcohol in the village. Olympics organizers are considering proposals to enforce a ban on alcohol in the sports village, which houses 11,000 Olympic athletes and 4,400 Paralympians. In the wake of the corona virus, bars and restaurants in Tokyo and Japan have been closed and liquor sales banned. The Japanese people are opposed to hosting the Olympics in the wake of the corona virus epidemic. Organizers say no decision has been made on the proposal to enforce alcohol ban in the Olympics sports village.
Toshiro Muto, CEO of the Tokyo Olympics Organizing Committee, said it was difficult to ban alcohol in the private rooms of athletes in the sports village, but only in public places. Toshiro said alcohol could be banned in dining areas and public places in the sports village. Toshiro explained that everyone who enters Japan for the Olympics will be tested twice before leaving home and after arriving in Japan, limiting their movements for 14 days.