Affected by the new Coronavirus, the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games may head in the direction of forsaking the acceptance of spectators from overseas. While the number of mutant species was increasing, many people were worried about the event, and there was a fear that opposition to the event would intensify if it were not decided as soon as possible whether to accept overseas customers. This discussion began as early as January and the final decision to decide whether to accept overseas guests will be decided by. It was also confirmed that the decision to limit the number of spectators will be made in April as the next step. The standards are following the government’s upper limit on sporting events. Even in the pandemic, many competitions such as professional baseball and J-League have been held with spectators in Japan. The government’s ruling party also wanted to use the Olympics as an opportunity to revive inbound tourism after Corona ended. However, due to the increasing number of mutant species, it was widely believed that it would be difficult to accept foreign guests even within the Prime Minister’s Office.