Players will not be quarantined for 14 days in Tokyo Olympics

Players will not have to stay in quarantine for 14 days at the Olympic Games to be held in Tokyo next year. The Japanese government has set a 14-day quarantine for people coming from outside to prevent corona infection, which the Japanese government is considering reducing. In such a situation, players will also get the benefit.

The Olympic Organizing Committee says that more work needs to be done on it as 14-day quarantine is not possible. It will also be necessary for players to come negative in the Corona Test up to 72 hours before they arrived in Japan. After meeting the local administration here, Motu said, "Players, coaches, and sports officials will be eligible to attend the Tokyo Games.

The decision on the permission of foreign visitors will be taken next year and this will also be based on the situation of the Coronavirus. But, 14-day quarantine is also not possible for foreign nationals, so they did a corona test before coming and during their stay.

However, Japan gave the locals entry to the stadium during the four-week gymnastics competition as an experiment last week. He added, Next week International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bak is coming to Japan to take stock of the Olympic preparations. During that time all issues including the corona will be discussed with the Government of Japan and the local administration of Tokyo.

At the same time, the IOC has hoped that spectators will be present in the stadium during the events in the Tokyo Olympics. The Tokyo Olympics were scheduled to be held from July 24 to August 9 this year but were postponed for a year due to the coronavirus.