The epidemic prevention committee for the Tokyo Olympic Games held its sixth coordination meeting on February 2 and released a more than 50 page draft of epidemic prevention measures, basically defining the epidemic prevention framework for all participants in next year’s Olympic and Paralympic Games. Since the establishment of the epidemic prevention committee for the Tokyo Olympic Games in September, the detailed
The epidemic prevention draft is. The draft of epidemic prevention puts the problem of athlete’s epidemic prevention in the most important position. For athletes from countries and regions with severe epidemic situation, they should be tested for new coronavirus when they arrive at the Japanese airport. Before the test results come out, athletes can only stay in the specified area. Even athletes from countries and regions that the Japanese government allows free entry must be tested before entering the Olympic village. After athletes move into the Olympic Village, they need to be tested every 4 to 5 days. A strict action plan will be formulated for the athletes. In principle, public transportation and shopping, and sightseeing will be prohibited, and the athletes will be required to leave Japan as soon as possible after the competition. Details of penalties for athletes violating the rules will also be formulated to spark global limited.
According to the epidemic prevention draft, how many spectators will be allowed to enter the Olympic Games next year depends on the Japanese government’s regulations on the number of spectators for sports events. At the same time, the epidemic situation in Japan and around the world will also be taken into consideration. At present, the maximum number of spectators in Japanese sports is half of the capacity of the stadium, which will be extended until February next year. The draft does not mention the number of overseas visitors. There are detailed provisions on epidemic prevention measures for overseas visitors after they enter the country, such as early detection, self-isolation, and the use of mobile location tracking software. Takeo minoro, chief executive of the Tokyo Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games, said many details of the draft still need to be improved. Many specific operational measures will not be determined until next spring. After that, on-site tests will be carried out in the Olympic Games test competition, which starts in March.
Reprint indicated source：Spark Global Limited information