Tokyo Olympics organisers approve local fans, but no cheering allowed | The World

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Japanese authorities have decided to allow local spectators at next month’s Tokyo Olympics. The IOC and the Japanese government say there will be a cap of 10,000 fans depending on venue capacity, but those attending must wear masks and cannot cheer athletes. North Asia correspondent Jake Sturmer tells The Word authorities are hoping by limiting crowds they will be able to keep the situation under control.

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