The Summer Olympics are coming.
That’s what the organizers of the 2018 Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, announced on Monday, calling the Games the most significant event in Olympic history.
The Games will run from July 6 to August 7 in the capital of Seoul.
The first Games are set to take place in Tokyo, the home of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, which are to be held in a different country.
The announcement comes as South Korea is facing criticism over a recent spike in the number of cases of the coronavirus that has infected more than 2.6 million people in the country.
South Korea has been the world’s biggest economy, and the country has seen a rapid rise in cases and deaths in the pandemic.
The country is also home to the world headquarters for the United Nations, the largest military base in Asia and one of the largest arms exporters in the world.
The Seoul Olympic organizing committee, which was formed in March, has long had concerns about the rise in coronaviruses in South Korea.
The committee said it has received hundreds of complaints about the pandemics spread in the nation.
“We have taken all measures to prevent and control the spread of coronaviroc.
In this respect, we have already established a national helpline and launched a vaccination campaign,” said the committee.
The Seoul Olympics will be held as a full-fledged Olympic Games.
It will be the first time the Games are held outside of China, the Asian country where the coronovirus has been spreading most quickly.
The city hosts the Olympic games every four years.
The World Health Organization said the virus is currently being transmitted through the air in South Korean cities and that it has the potential to spread to the rest of the world through the pandemaker.
The WHO has said the most likely routes of transmission are direct contact with infected people and through food, water and other public spaces.
In recent weeks, the WHO has reported two new coronaviral cases in South Africa, which have killed more than 20 people and sickened more than 1,500 others.
South Korea is expected to host more than 6,000 athletes and entertainers in the Games, the country’s most significant economic and cultural attraction.