Tokyo Olympics 2020: Amidst the havoc of the Corona virus, the Olympic Games are going to be held in Tokyo, the capital of Japan from 23 July. The organizers of the Olympic Games have taken very tough decisions to deal with the threat of corona virus. In view of the Olympic Games, about 80 thousand corona virus tests will be done every day. Entry to the event without negative report has also been banned.
In fact, 11,500 athletes and about 79,000 administrators, support staff and media personnel will be present in the Olympic Games. To prevent the infection of corona virus, every person who participates in the Olympic Games will be tested daily for corona. The organizing committee of the Olympic Games 2020 has arranged for 230 doctors and 310 nurses to monitor and conduct these tests. No player or staff member will be allowed to attend the event without a COVID-19 negative test report.
The organizing committee of the Games informed on Saturday that between July 1 and July 15, 15,000 people entered Japan. Of these, 15 were such whose corona report has come positive. In view of the security, 44 thousand people have been deployed in the Olympic Games.
The case of Corona has come in the sports village
The first case of corona virus was reported in the sports village on Friday, before the Olympic Games. IOC President Thomas Bach, however, assured that the people taking part in the Olympic Games are not in danger yet and the whole situation has been handled.
Bach said, “From July 1 to July 16, approximately 15,000 athletes, officials, support staff and recognized media persons have arrived in Tokyo. Everyone was tested upon arrival. Only 15 out of 15,000 were found positive. This is a very low rate. All the people coming positive are isolated. They are not a threat to the Olympic participants and to the people of Japan.
The Tokyo Olympics is to be held from 23 July to 8 August. After this, the Paralympic Games will be held in Japan itself.
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