According to Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike, the fans will be banned from visiting stadiums and arenas in Tokyo, when the Olympics will kick off in two weeks. “Many people were looking forward to watching the games at the venues, but I would like everyone to fully enjoy watching the games on TV at home. It’s gut-wrenching because many people looked forward to watching at the venues", she said.
Due to the spread of the Delta strain of Covid-19, the government decided that it's best for the people to stay at home. "The state of emergency begins July 12 and runs through Aug. 22. The Olympics, which open July 23 and run through Aug. 8, fall entirely under the emergency period, while the Paralympics open Aug. 24", reads the article at AP.