IOC warns athletes about over-happiness at 2020 Olympics
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has set up structures for the way athletes rejoice after their victories at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has restricted athletes’ happiness after winning the tournament as part of health protocols for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to minimize the risk of coronary heart disease.
The guidelines set by the IOC for athletes and other members of the sports caravan from different countries to be published next week advise them to find different ways to celebrate their achievements, but how this law will apply to the medal ceremony. , it’s not specified yet.
Another part of the 2020 Olympic Health Protocols states that athletes who test positive for coronet will not be allowed to compete and will likely be quarantined at a government-designated location away from the Games Village and the venue. . This rule is different for people who have only been in contact with people with coronary heart disease, and they can compete if their coronary test is negative.
According to the rules, athletes and other team officials must undergo a corona test immediately upon request from Olympic officials. At the same time, it seems that measures have been taken to prevent abuses against athletes due to false positive results for their corona test. There are also a number of rules that, if violated more than once, will result in athletes being barred from competing, whether or not they have been vaccinated.
Athletes who are housed in a makeshift camp after arriving in Japan must retake the corona test three days before being transferred to the Games Village, and if the result is positive, they will be barred from entering the Village. The process of testing athletes will be done once every 4 days.