TOKYO (AP) — The postponed Tokyo Olympics face lots of questions. Organizing committee CEO Toshiro Muto says many of them will not find answers until the coronavirus pandemic becomes clearer in the all. Muto says “right now we don’t have any details or specific items that we can talk about. We all agree that in addition to heat countermeasures, we will have to have coronavirus measures.” Muto did not elaborate. International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach has speculated in interviews this might include athlete quarantines, few fans in stadiums, and a different kind of Olympics than any that have gone before.