World OJ of Beijing 2022: The COVID-19 will be the "number one challenge" of the tests, estimate the organizers

13:10  27 october  2021
13:10  27 october  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

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the counter rotates. At one hundred days of the early tests in Beijing , epidemic prevention will be "the number one challenge" of the Olympic Winter Games , have recognized Wednesday the organizers of the competition. The Imperial Cité will become the world's first city to accommodate both summer games (in 2008) and winter, from 4 to 20 February next.

Last week, the Olympic Flame was delivered to China at a ceremony in Athens, which gave rise to a demonstration of activists denouncing the presence of the communist regime in Tibet. But in addition to human rights issues, competitions may be dominated by the fight against CVIV-19, six months after the Summer Games of Tokyo pushed one year for epidemic.

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In this context, the Chinese authorities, who follow an zero contamination policy, have emerged the great means for eradicating a very limited outbreak in the last days in the north of the country. Tuesday, the large city of Lanzhou , located 1,700 km west of Beijing, has in quarantine its 4 million inhabitants, invited to stay at home except imperious necessity, following the discovery of some dozens of cases.

The 2022 games in a "bubble"

"The pandemic is the number one challenge for the course of the winter games," summed up the vice-president of the organizing committee, Zhang Jiandong. A dozen provinces, the third of the total, has strengthened prevention measures, including the Beijing City where 20 cases of contamination have been enumerated for a week. The measures planned during the games "will reduce the risk and impact of coronavirus," added Zhang Jiandong, while warning that the participants who would not observe the rules would be sanctioned.

The 2022 Games will take place in a "bubble" intended to stop any risk of contamination to the rest of China. The 2,900 athletes expected will either have been fully vaccinated or to submit to a strict quarantine of 21 days upon arrival in the country. Only spectators already present in China will be able to attend the tests. The authorities have planned 300 negative pressure ambulances to transport potential patients.

First country affected by the pandemic, China practically stopped the virus from the spring of 2020 after the adoption of drastic measures of control of the inhabitants. The country has almost closed its borders from the rest of the world.

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