The Tokyo Olympic Committee announced on Saturday that someone in the Olympic Village had tested positive for COVID-19-the first such result in the living quarters of Olympic athletes.
According to the event organizer, the unidentified villager-who was labeled “Olympic related person”-tested positive on Friday and is currently under quarantine at a hotel for 14 days.Those listed as non-Japanese residents are One of 44 people related to the 2021 Olympics By Saturday, July 17, the test result was positive.
The positive result of the unidentified resident occurred one week before the opening ceremony of the Olympics on Friday.
It is uncertain whether this person has been fully vaccinated, and the Olympic organizers refused to reveal their identity on the grounds of privacy concerns. Having said that, Seiko Hashimoto, chairman of the Tokyo Olympic Committee, said that the organizers “are sparing no effort” to protect the safety of the Olympic Village.
Athletes, coaches and other personnel from more than 200 countries will arrive in Tokyo before the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games this week. Their arrival also coincided with the increasing prevalence of the delta mutation of the coronavirus, coupled with the increase in the number of coronaviruses in Japan, prompting Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga to declare a state of emergency in Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba and Saitama prefectures in the Kanto region in July. 8. It will last until August 22, which means the 2021 Olympic Games-from July 23 to August 8- Does not include fan attendance.
“It is regrettable that in the face of the spread of the coronavirus infection, we are hosting the Olympics in a very limited form,” Hashimoto said in response to Suga’s mission.
Athletes do not need to be vaccinated to participate in the 2021 Olympics, although they will be tested for COVID-19 daily during the Olympics.