Horse Races with No Spectators?

Coronavirus Strikes Horses Races in Japan

The Japan Racing Association said on Thursday that it will hold its horse races without spectators for the time being starting Saturday.

The association says the decision was made to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.

The horse races are the latest in a number of sporting events to be canceled or postponed as a result of the outbreak.

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