The official tweet of Tokyo Olympic Games shows that “it doesn’t exist” for some embarrassing reasons

The official tweet of Tokyo Olympic Games shows that

It is about half a year before the opening of the Tokyo Olympic Games. Whether the conference can be held smoothly under the epidemic situation has always been the focus of attention from all walks of life. On the afternoon of the 24th local time, the official Japanese twitter, which has been responsible for disseminating the progress of the preparations for the Tokyo Olympic Games, was suddenly unable to display, and the words “account does not exist” appeared, which immediately triggered all kinds of speculation.

According to NHK, from 14 pm local time on the 24th, the official Japanese tweet of the Tokyo Olympic Games showed the status of “account does not exist” and all images and texts could not be displayed normally. It was not until about 16 PM that the account returned to normal.

The official tweet of Tokyo Olympic Games shows that

Later, the Tokyo Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games admitted the matter. As for the reason, the organizing committee explained that on the morning of the 24th, the day when the organization was established seven years ago was registered as “birthday”, while twitter banned users under the age of 13. Therefore, the account number of BOCOG was judged as “7-year-old” and was restricted. However, the official English account “@ Tokyo 2020” of the Tokyo Olympic Games has not been affected. Because this matter causes many netizens to speculate, the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee also makes the apology afterwards.

Affected by COVID-19, it should have been postponed for one year in Tokyo and Paralympic Games held in the summer of 2020. It was changed to July 23rd this year. However, the epidemic situation in Japan has worsened again in recent months. Affected by this, the voices at home and abroad in Japan that suspect that the Tokyo Olympic Games can not be held in July began to increase. However, the International Olympic Committee, the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee and Japanese Prime Minister Kan Yiwei all made a statement, saying that the Tokyo Olympic Games will be held as scheduled.

Source: overseas network

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