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The International Olympic Committee clarified that entry and participation in the winter games in Beijing of Unvacvedly under 18-year-old athletes is in general authorized.
«Every case of a non-vaccinated participant's games that wants to travel to Beijing must be examined by the Medical Expert Board," said the IOC on DPA request. The body consists of international and Chinese experts and is headed by an international expert.
Alexander Kogan, the Director-General of the Russian figure skating bandage, had said the news agency TASS that all figure skates under the age of 18 would not have to be vaccinated against the coronavirus before they would fly to the Chinese capital. They would not have feared three-week quarantine.
at the European Championship starting on January 12 in Estonia's capital Tallinn go Kamila Walijewa (15), Alexandra TruSowa (17) and Anna Scherbakowa (17) to the start. The EM is considered Olympic qualification. "In accordance with the recommendations and regulations of the Organizing Committee of Games and in accordance with the laws of our country, minors will not be vaccinated in the national team," Kogan said.
The Russian Ministry of Health was only approved in November the use of a new vaccine against the Coronavirus (Sputnik M) for children between 12 and 17 years.
to Baerbock: Even Interior Minister Nancy Faeser does not travel to Olympia to Beijing .
according to the Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Green) has also announced the Interior Minister Nancy Faeser (SPD) responsible for Sports, not to travel to the Olympic Winter Games to Beijing. "The Federal Minister of the Interior has decided not to travel from Pandemies herself to Beijing," said Ministry's spokesman Steve age on Wednesday in Berlin. © Getty Images Federal Interior Minister Nancy Faeser.