Considering that Tokyo Olympics and Para players will not be required to wait for two weeks after entering Japan Government 18:27 on September 3

In preparation for the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, which were postponed next year, the government has put together a plan that does not require waiting two weeks after entering Japan as a measure to ease immigration restrictions on representative athletes from each country. We are going to consider infection control measures.

The government demands a two-week wait after entering the country regarding immigration control measures that have spread due to the spread of the new coronavirus.

Against this backdrop, we are considering measures to ease restrictions on athletes and their related parties for the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, which were postponed next year, and the plan became clear.

As a result, it is said that representative athletes from each country will not be required to wait for two weeks after entering the country, as this will affect competition and practice.

On the other hand,

the problems in preventing the spread of infection are classified into three categories


"athletes including referees and coaches,"

▽ "convention officials," and

▽ "spectators


Specifically, we

will limit the range in which ▽ athletes and others can act and ask them to refrain from going out of the athlete's village,

and consider ▽ how PCR tests should be conducted.

The government four days, between the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Organizing Committee, opened the first meeting of the conference to consider such as the nature of immigration control and inspection system, studying a concrete plan, an interim report to the prospect of the end of the year It is a policy to put together.