Tokyo, October 16 The Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee revealed on the 16th that a male employee was diagnosed with the new Corona virus. This is the second person diagnosed by the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee since October. Appoint the sixth infected employee.
The Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee said in a statement that the employee was in his 20s. The last time he appeared in the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee office building in Harumi, Tokyo was on October 12, the statement did not disclose the specific symptoms of the infected person. He did not disclose whether close contacts were affected.
The statement emphasized that the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee will work closely with other relevant agencies to take all necessary measures to prevent virus infection and provide employees with a safe working environment.
A Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee employee from China told reporters that, including her colleagues in the department, people who can work remotely have been working from home since the outbreak,
At the end of April, the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee had the first diagnosis of an employee. The last time an employee was diagnosed was on October 6.
The Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee has recently been taking full measures to try to get the preparations for the Olympics back on track. At the end of this month, the Olympic Organizing Committee will hold a grand ceremony with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government to announce the opening of the Aquatic Center for Olympic swimming and diving competitions.
The Japan Baseball League also hopes to increase the number of spectators to 80% of the stadium capacity before the end of this month. However, the epidemic prevention situation in Japan is not optimistic. The number of confirmed cases in Japan on the 15th soared to more than 700, of which 284 were confirmed in Tokyo.
What’s more worrying is that the Japanese sports world has also recently experienced mass infections. The Nihon University men’s volleyball team in Tokyo had 26 players diagnosed with infections last week.
On October 6, Japan’s Chiba Lotte Marine Professional Baseball Club accumulated a total of 13 first-line players and employees have been diagnosed with the infection. If the Japanese government does not take more active epidemic prevention measures, similar infections may continue to occur.