Tokyo: A person tested positive for Kovid-19 in the Olympic Village has come back positive. The organizers of the Tokyo Olympics have given this information on Saturday.
A person infected with Kovid-19 in the Olympic Village
Officials said that the person who has tested positive is not a player. The Olympic Games will begin on July 23 and the sports village was opened a week before that. Organizing committee chair Seiko Hashimoto and other officials also confirmed the case and said that the positive case came on Friday. Organizing committee CEO Toshiro Muto said, ‘If the test comes positive in the current situation, then it should be assumed that it is possible ‘.
Necessary Steps Taken
This person has been identified as a ‘person related to sports’. He is listed as a non-resident of Japan. Tokyo officials said he had been sent to a 14-day quarantine.
Let us tell you that a few days ago, due to the increasing cases of Corona, a state of emergency was imposed in Tokyo in the capital of Japan. This emergency will remain in force till August 22. Apart from this, the Tokyo Olympics will be held without spectators due to the Kovid-19 epidemic.
Indian shooting team reached Tokyo
#TokyoOlympics | Indian shooting contingent landed in Tokyo today morning. Their samples have been collected for COVID-19 testing. Results are awaited.
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— ANI (@ANI) July 17, 2021
At the same time, the Indian shooting team has also reached Tokyo. The team reached Tokyo at 5 am on Saturday morning. The team is waiting for the post-arrival Kovid-19 test results.