Top Japanese doctor urges fans to watch Olympic games at home

Top Japanese doctor urges fans to watch Olympic games at home


TOKYO — Japan’s top medical adviser for Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga’s government urged authorities to step up virus measures ahead of the Olympics and asked people to avoid trips.

Tokyo registered 1,271 new cases Friday, the day after recording a six-month high of 1,308.

Dr. Shigeru Omi, who heads a government COVID-19 task force, says the next two months will be the “most crucial stage” in Japan’s fight against the pandemic. He urged people to watch the Olympics on TV at home with family members or close friends in small groups.

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Omi says the ongoing upsurge in the Tokyo region is likely to accelerate, with the summer vacation, the Olympics and the Buddhist holiday week in August when people are likely to travel.

President of the Japan Community Health Care Organization Dr. Shigeru Omi attends a joint news conference with Japan’s prime minister in Tokyo, Thursday, June 17, 2021.Issei Kato/Pool Photo via AP

Suga last week declared a fourth

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