Until we resolve the issues, subscribers need not log in to access ST Digital articles. The JMA has urged people to stay hydrated by drinking water frequently, to block direct sunlight using curtains and use parasols or wear hats when outdoors. Among the steps being taken is to bring forward the flag-off time of marathon races, install a special form of coating over km of streets that can reduce surface temperatures by up to 8 deg C, and to install mist sprayers at event venues. We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused. TOKYO - Japan is now sweating under a murderous heatwave after a historic lengthy rainy spell earlier this month, raising fresh concerns over Tokyo's preparedness to protect athletes and spectators from the heat at the Olympic Games this time next year. Tokyo, meanwhile, is expected to experience daytime highs of 34 deg C. Visitors use paper fans featuring attention-seeking messages during a proving test held on on July 26, to test heat countermeasures in preparation for the upcoming Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. This came after central Tokyo experienced its cloudiest July in decades, with three hours or less of sunlight for 20 straight days ending on July 16, in what was the longest streak since
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