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After the spread of COVID-19 infection, the first international Olympic Games will be held in Japan.

On November 8th, at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium No. 1 Gymnasium in Tokyo, the first international gymnastics competition for the Olympic Games will be held in Japan after the spread of COVID-19 infection.
According to the people concerned, a team of several men and women from four countries, Japan, the United States, China and Russia, will participate.
With the event, the Japanese government will exceptionally allow foreign athletes to enter the country. Although some behavioral restrictions will be set, the policy is not to require waiting for 14 days after entering Japan, which is normally required, and we plan to thoroughly implement infection prevention measures such as conducting inspections at the time of entry and departure as well as during the Games.
Tsuyoshi Fukui, Managing Director of the JOC, said, “I made a request based on the fact that it is difficult for foreign athletes to participate in Japanese competitions due to immigration restrictions or isolation.”
Tokyo Olympic Games officials are expecting that “the acceptance of overseas athletes, inspections, and tournament management will be the first model case in Japan for next year’s Tokyo Games.”


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