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On Friday we told you that more than 200,000 cases of corona virus had been confirmed worldwide. Last night there were roughly 320,000 cases. We said last week there were over 10,000 cases in America now there are roughly 30,000. The numbers come from Johns Hopkins University.

上周五,全世界已经确认了超过20万例冠状病毒。昨晚大约有32万例。上周我们说过,美国有超过1万例病例,现在大约有3万例。这些数据来自约翰霍普金斯大学。

Part of the reason it increased so much obviously because of spreading. Another part is because more people are getting tested though in many areas of the world, including parts of the United States, there aren't enough testing kits to keep up with demand. Tests are crucial to help medical officials keep track of how and where the disease is spreading and to isolate those who have it.

增长如此之快的部分原因是由于传播。另一个原因是越来越多的人正在接受检测,在世界上许多地区,包括美国的部分地区,没有足够的检测工具来满足需求。检测对于帮助医疗官员跟踪疾病传播的方式和地点,以及隔离患者至关重要。

One question that's been coming up since it started spreading internationally, what about this years Summer Olympics and Paralympics in Tokyo, Japan? They're scheduled to be held starting on July 14th and Japan has spent more than $12 billion to host the events.

自从它开始在国际上传播以来,问题一直在出现,那今年在日本东京举行的夏季奥运会和残奥会呢?本计划从7月14日开始举办,日本已经花费了超过120亿美元来举办这些活动。

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The Olympic Torch is now on the ground here in Japan but even though it's a sunny day here in Tokyo, a dark cloud hangs over the future of the summer games. This is not what Japan was hoping for, a scaled down ceremony as the Olympic flame arrived at Matsushima Air Base. No crowds, just a few officials and two of Japan's most famous Olympians lighting the Tokyo 2020 torch.

奥运火炬现在出现在日本,尽管东京天气晴朗,但夏季奥运会的前景却笼罩着一片乌云。这不是日本所希望的,奥运圣火抵达松岛空军基地时,仪式规模缩小了。没有人群,只有几名官员和两名日本最著名的奥运选手点燃了2020年东京奥运会的火炬。

The games are still set to begin in late July, in just over four months. Japan is hoping for a comeback from a catastrophic earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown at Fukushima nine years ago this month. Japan's spirit and economy desperately needed a revival. Tokyo 2020 was on track to be just that. The novel corona virus pandemic changed everything.

奥运会仍将在7月下旬开始,也就是四个多月后。日本希望从9年前的这个月发生的灾难性地震、海啸和福岛核泄漏中恢复过来。日本的精神和经济急需复苏。2020年东京奥运会就是这样。但新型冠状病毒大流行改变了一切。

On Friday we told you that more than 200,000 cases of corona virus had been confirmed worldwide. Last night there were roughly 320,000 cases. We said last week there were over 10,000 cases in America now there are roughly 30,000. The numbers come from Johns Hopkins University.

Part of the reason it increased so much obviously because of spreading. Another part is because more people are getting tested though in many areas of the world, including parts of the United States, there aren't enough testing kits to keep up with demand. Tests are crucial to help medical officials keep track of how and where the disease is spreading and to isolate those who have it. COVID-19, the novel corona virus, first broke out in the city if Wuhan, China in mid-December. One question that's been coming up since it started spreading internationally, what about this years Summer Olympics and Paralympics in Tokyo, Japan? They're scheduled to be held starting on July 14th and Japan has spent more than $12 billion to host the events.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The Olympic Torch is now on the ground here in Japan but even though it's a sunny day here in Tokyo, a dark cloud hangs over the future of the summer games. This is not what Japan was hoping for, a scaled down ceremony as the Olympic flame arrived at Matsushima Air Base. No crowds, just a few officials and two of Japan's most famous Olympians lighting the Tokyo 2020 torch.

The games are still set to begin in late July, in just over four months. Japan is hoping for a comeback from a catastrophic earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown at Fukushima nine years ago this month. Japan's spirit and economy desperately needed a revival. Tokyo 2020 was on track to be just that. The novel corona virus pandemic changed everything.


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