Global markets: Asian stocks traded mostly lower on Friday amid escalating coronavirus concerns.
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The person who tested positive has been isolated and removed from the village where thousands of athletes and officials will reside during the Games.
Asian stocks traded mixed on Friday as concerns about the economic growth outlook came to the fore.
Local governor Naomichi Suzuki announced that all events to be held in Sapporo will take place with no spectators.
Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said that the government will impose a state of emergency in Tokyo
The Tokyo Olympics, running a year late, is set to be held despite warning from medical experts that the Olympics may turn into a mass spreader
Exactly 50 days before the opening ceremony, Tokyo 2020 president Seiko Hashimoto said the show would go on unless the pandemic stops a majority of teams from traveling.
"The number of new cases has been declining since the middle of the month but the situation continues to be uncertain," said Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, announcing the decision.
In Japan, 60-80% population has said in the polls that they do not want the Olympics to open in two months in the midst of a pandemic.