Olympics: Nigerian official hospitalised in Tokyo after optimistic COVID-19 take a look at


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A Nigerian Olympic official has been hospitalised after testing optimistic for COVID-19 on arrival in Japan, The PUNCH stories.

The official, in his 60s, examined optimistic on Thursday night on the airport with gentle signs and pre-existing circumstances, an area tv station TV Asahi said, with out giving additional particulars.

He’s the primary international official to be hospitalised due to COVID-19 on arrival in Tokyo, in line with the TV station.

The second batch of Crew Nigeria’s contingent to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics arrived within the early hours of Thursday for the crew’s pre-Video games coaching camp in Kisarazu, Japan.

The crew includes 22 athletes (athletics, taekwondo and wrestling), together with their coaches and 20 different officers.

The PUNCH had reported that the primary batch, which was made up of two athletes, two coaches and 6 officers within the rowing and canoeing occasions, left the Nnamdi Azikiwe Worldwide Airport, Abuja on June 6.

The third batch, comprising badminton gamers, will depart the nation on Saturday (in the present day), whereas the ultimate batch, which may even embrace the Minister of Youth and Sports activities Improvement, Sunday Dare, will depart Nigeria on June 19.

Crew Nigeria will participate in 9 sports activities on the Olympics, which begins on July 23.

In the meantime, in its day by day replace, Tokyo 2020 confirmed that there had been 4 extra optimistic circumstances amongst individuals who touched down within the Olympic and Paralympic host nation on Thursday.

The three others are all contractors engaged on the Video games, scheduled to start on July 23.

Tokyo on Friday as on the time of submitting this report had recorded 1,271 new COVID-19 circumstances, marking the twenty seventh day in a row the place the tally was larger than the prior week.

It is usually the third straight day the place the overall variety of infections had topped 1,000.


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