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GOJ eager to allow students to watch Paralympics live at event venues 

Sankei wrote in its lead story that the GOJ and the Tokyo Paralympics organizing committee are likely to decide this weekend whether to allow spectators at the Games, speculating that although the general public is likely to be prohibited from attending, the Suga administration is looking to allow primary, middle, and high school students to watch the events live at various venues. The GOJ has already reached out to education board authorities in Tokyo and the three neighboring prefectures that will host the Paralympics in order to learn whether local schools are interested in having their students attend some of the events. While noting that the coronavirus situation has been worsening day by day in the Tokyo metropolitan area, the daily conjectured that the governors of the four prefectures will have the final say on student programs for the Paralympics.  

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