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Tokyo Olympics; Indian athletes arrive, wake up and head to the Olympic Village

by archyw

First Published Jul 19, 2021, 11:24 AM IST

More Indian athletes have arrived for the 2020 Olympics, which start on the 23rd of this month in Tokyo, Pan. The Olympics are being held in Tokyo under a health emergency as the Kovid Delta variant spreads. A health emergency has been declared from July 12 to August 22. So this time the audience will not have access. The Olympic Village has developed a strict Kovid protocol. Kovid has so far affected three people in the Olympic Village, raising concerns. Kovid confirmed for two athletes and one official. International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Back said all security arrangements have been completed in the Olympic Village.

Asianet News has also joined the ‘Cheer for India’ campaign as part of the Tokyo Olympics. With this, the employees of Asianet News also took part in the campaign announcing their support for the Indian athletes competing in the Tokyo Olympics. The event was jointly organized by the Kerala Olympic Association and the Sports Authority of India. (Before Sania Mirza and Ankita leave Hyderabad for Tokyo.)

The 228-member Indian team will compete in the Tokyo Olympics.  These include 119 athletes and 109 officials.  There will be 67 male and 52 female players representing the country.  India competes in 85 medal events.  (Indian archers in final training session)

The 228-member Indian team will compete in the Tokyo Olympics. These include 119 athletes and 109 officials. There will be 67 male and 52 female players representing the country. India competes in 85 medal events. (Indian archers in final training session)

India competes in 85 medal events.  The Olympic Village accommodates athletes, coaches and officials in 21 complexes. & Nbsp; (Indian archers in final training)

India competes in 85 medal events. The Olympic Village will house 21 athletes, athletes, coaches and officials. (Indian archers in final training session)

No one can go outside the Olympic Village without permission in the Kovid context.  Daily Kovid examination, do not eat in groups, always wear a mask.  Here are some suggestions on how to look or get an appointment for antique items in the Olympic Village.  (Indian badminton players in final round training.)

No one can go outside the Olympic Village without permission in the Kovid context. Daily Kovid examination, do not eat in groups, always wear a mask. Here are some suggestions on how to look or get an appointment for antique items in the Olympic Village. (Indian badminton players in final round training.)

So far, more than 8,000 athletes and officials have reportedly arrived in Tokyo to compete in the Olympics.  All were admitted to the Olympic Village after completing the Kovid test. & Nbsp; & nbsp;

So far, more than 8,000 athletes and officials have reportedly arrived in Tokyo to compete in the Olympics. All were admitted to the Olympic Village after completing the Kovid test.

Meanwhile, the results of the Kovid test of the three were positive.  & nbsp; They were converted to isolation.  International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach said the Olympics would be a complete success despite the Kovid crisis.  Back demanded that everyone strictly adhere to the Covid standards. & Nbsp;

Meanwhile, the results of the Kovid test of the three were positive. They were transferred to isolation. International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach said the Olympics would be a complete success despite the Kovid crisis. Back demanded that everyone strictly adhere to the Kovid standards.

Due to a health emergency in Tokyo, & nbsp; no spectators this time.  The Olympics have undergone major changes, including the absence of dignitaries to present medals to the winners at the awards ceremony. & Nbsp;

Spectators will not be able to enter Tokyo this time around due to a health emergency. The Olympics have undergone major changes, including the absence of dignitaries to present medals to the winners at the awards ceremony.

In the days to come, the Olympic Village in Harumi District will be like a home for 11,000 athletes and 7,000 officials.  Japan's Olympic Village offers stunning facilities. & Nbsp;

In the days to come, the Olympic Village in Harumi District will be like a home for 11,000 athletes and 7,000 officials. Japan’s Olympic Village offers stunning facilities.

Views of the Olympic Village were earlier released by the organizers.  Accommodation is provided in 21 buildings for players, coaches and officials.  No one can go outside the Olympic Village without permission in the Kovid context.  700 different dishes are prepared in the 24-hour restaurant.  Admission is limited to 3,000 people at a time.

Views of the Olympic Village were earlier released by the organizers. Accommodation is provided in 21 buildings for players, coaches and officials. No one can go outside the Olympic Village without permission in the Kovid context. 700 different dishes are prepared in the 24-hour restaurant. Admission is limited to 3,000 people at a time.

The Olympic Village has a spacious shopping complex, gyms, training grounds, entertainment centers, ATMs, cafes and salons.  17 vehicles with a seating capacity of 19 people will be in service 24 hours a day.  & nbsp;

The Olympic Village has a spacious shopping complex, gyms, training grounds, entertainment centers, ATMs, cafes and salons. 17 vehicles with a seating capacity of 19 people will be in service 24 hours a day.

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Most facilities are made of recyclable materials.  Apartments built in the Olympic Village will be provided to locals after the Olympics.  (Indian swimmers Manna and Sreehari during training.)

Most facilities are made of recyclable materials. Apartments built in the Olympic Village will be provided to locals after the Olympics. (Indian swimmers Manna and Sreehari during training.)

& nbsp;  & nbsp;  & nbsp;  In this time of the second outbreak of the Kovid epidemic, Asianet News urges everyone to wear masks, sanitize, maintain social distance and be vaccinated.  Together we can defeat the epidemic.  #BreakTheChain #ANCares #IndiaFightsCorona & nbsp;  & nbsp;

In this time of the second outbreak of the Kovid epidemic, Asianet News urges everyone to wear masks, sanitize, maintain social distance and be vaccinated. Together we can defeat the epidemic. #BreakTheChain #ANCares #IndiaFightsCorona

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