Attendance at large events will be capped at 10,000 people or 50% of venue capacity — whichever figure is lower — through August in places where the country’s coronavirus measures have been lifted, the central government announced Wednesday.

Under a state of emergency or quasi-emergency measures, however, event organizers are asked to limit spectators to 5,000 people or less than half the capacity of the venue.

Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has said he will decide how many domestic spectators are allowed to attend the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games based on the event restrictions set forth under the country’s coronavirus countermeasures.