TOKYO — The Tokyo Olympic fire has been taken off open showcase in Japan. Also, it’s not satisfactory when it will return again or where — or under what conditions.

The fire showed up in Japan from Greece on March 26. After the Tokyo Olympics and the light hand-off were delayed until one year from now, the fire was put in plain view in the northeastern prefecture of Fukushima. It was to stay in plain view through the finish of April.

It was expelled following a few days when Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday gave a highly sensitive situation so as to battle the coronavirus, which incorporates restricting enormous groups.

“Tokyo 2020 will presently keep the fire in an undisclosed area to keep individuals from get-together,” Tokyo coordinators said in an announcement to The Associated Press.

Tokyo coordinators are required to save the fire for the present moment. In the long haul, the fire is relied upon to be utilized by the International Olympic Committee as an advancement gadget and as an image of the battle against the pandemic.

“The thought will be to keep this fire consuming and demonstrating it to the world,” Michael Payne, the previous showcasing executive of the IOC, told the AP in an ongoing meeting.

The fire is required to return one year from now in Japan for the light hand-off. Be that as it may, Payne, who no longer works for the IOC, implied it could have a more extensive reason.

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