Monday, 5 July 2021 – Almost all torch relays on public roads in Tokyo are expected to be cancelled

Good evening from Tokyo, where the second time Semi-emergency Spread Prevention Measures have been applied.
Day 15.

This is a follow up news on the huge landslide in Atami. The local authorities announced that 64 people can’t be located and contacted. Some of these people are probably evacuated, so they can’t be contacted. Both Shizuoka Prefecture and Atami City still donโ€™t have the exact number of missing people. The death toll is 4.

In Tokyo, the Olympic Torch Relay will start on 9 July. The first half of the torch relay’s schedule, from 9 to 16 July, the torch relay on public roads is cancelled except in the islands. (The islands in the Pacific Ocean are also Tokyo Metropolis!)
The second half of the torch relay’s schedule, from 17 to 23 July, is also expected to be cancelled. This means that almost all torch relays on public roads in Tokyo are expected to be cancelled.

People who received at least one shot of the vaccine in Japan
As of 4 July: 31,621,774 people
(25.2% of the total population of 125.47 million on 1 June)

Good night. Have a nice dream.

Wear a mask and wash your hands.
Stay safe and healthy ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜ท๐Ÿ––๐Ÿ––๐Ÿ––๐Ÿ––๐Ÿ––
5 July 2021 #tokyo #japan

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