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Tokyo 2020 Olympics

No chanting or cheering: Tokyo Olympics to be a quiet affair

IOC and Tokyo organizers release COVID protocols for visitors

Organizers of the Tokyo Olympics published a "playbook" outlining rules for sports officials before traveling to Japan, upon arrival, and during their stay in Tokyo. Subsequent guidelines for athletes and other media will follow in the next few days. (Photo by Kai Fujii)

TOKYO -- This summer's Tokyo Olympics will likely be a quiet affair, as organizers on Wednesday unveiled pandemic protocols for visitors, including a request for spectators to avoid chanting, cheering and singing.

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