Warning to the Olympics. In the absence of a month to celebrate one of the sporting events of the year, Ugandan Olympic team member tested positive for coronavirus upon arrival in Japan. This is the first infection detected in tests for participants already on Japanese soil due to the dispute over the Olympic event.
The Ugandan team is the second expedition to land in Tokyo for the Olympic Games. Despite the fact that the entire team received two doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine and tested negative 72 hours before the trip, one of them tested positive for the first time after arriving in the Japanese capital.
Japanese authorities have refused entry of the injured athlete into the country, Send you to a medical facility to initiate appropriate isolationBased on information from the series NHK. The rest of the team will also have to start quarantine.
The presence of the public in the air
spokesperson for the Japanese government, Katsunobu KatoThe door to the Olympics dispute has been left without an audience due to the coronavirus pandemic. Cato confirmed this Sunday in an interview that if you see an increase in infections, “The rule of thumb is to act and treat the Olympics the same as any other event.”.
Thus, the Japanese executive spokesperson He did not rule out the possibility of a further reduction in capacity or even a celebration behind closed doors.. Currently, up to 10,000 people are allowed to participate in sporting events in areas that are not in a state of emergency due to the coronavirus and the Prime Minister, Yoshied Suga, expressed the desire to hold it with the public.
However, the situation of the coronavirus pandemic in Japan has forced representatives International Olympic Committee appointment Monday with The governments of Japan and Tokyo To address the issue of audience contribution. In the absence of a month for the Olympics, the agreed measures are to reduce the capacity, prohibit entry to foreigners and an agreed minimum of vaccination among the Olympic delegations, but this could be more in the next few years. time.