Rower Finn Florijn left the quarantine hotel in Tokyo on Monday and is flying back to the Netherlands.

The 21-year-old skiffer has been quarantined for ten days.

Florijn tested positive for the corona virus on Friday 23 July.

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The son of former Olympic champion Ronald Florijn had competed in the skiff heats earlier that day and qualified for the repechage.

After his positive test result, however, the Olympic Games were immediately over for Florijn.

He had to stay for ten days in a specially designated hotel, where all participants in the Games who test positive for the corona virus will be taken.

After skateboarder Candy Jacobs, taekwondoka Reshmie Oogink and an anonymous staff member of the rowing team, Florijn was the fourth Dutchman to enter the quarantine hotel.

They have been allowed to return home for the past few days.

Only tennis player Jean-Julien Rojer, head coach Josy Verdonkschot of the women's rowing boats and his assistant Isabelle Jacobs are now stuck in Tokyo after their positive corona tests.

In principle, they all have to stay in the quarantine hotel for ten days.

They can go home earlier if they test negative on days 6 and 7 of their stay.

See also: View the medal table with the Netherlands in the top ten