First Lady Jill Biden speaks at Emmett J. Conrad High School in Dallas on June 29th. (AP Photo)
WASHINGTON – United States First Lady Jill Biden could travel to Tokyo next month to attend the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games, her husband, President Joe Biden, said Tuesday.
« We’re trying to find out now. That’s the plan, « he told reporters at the White House as he set off on an independent trip to Wisconsin.
The ceremony, scheduled for July 23, was hit by the COVID-19 pandemic hosted by Japan Summer Games 2020 has been postponed until this year, while the host country is still struggling with the coronavirus pandemic.
The 15-day Olympic torch relay leading up to the award ceremony will take place without spectators and away from public roads.
During Many U.S. athletes have been vaccinated and will compete in the world’s largest sporting event, COVID-19 security protocols and travel restrictions have largely contained the expected crowds.
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