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With less than five months left for the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, there are as many questions as answers to how the Games will continue. Follow this liveblog for a daily breakdown of the top Tokyo 2020 updates:

A child wearing a protective face mask walks in front of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games logos in Tokyo on Tuesday. AP photo

Yes! Indian Sports Minister Kiren Rijuju announced earlier this month that all Indian athletes who will take part in Tokyo 2020 will be vaccinated before they leave the country.

On the same day, Sports Secretary Ravi Mittal said that athletes traveling to Tokyo to be vaccinated before the games. “They are all vaccinated before they go to the Olympics, whoever goes. We will also take into account the time between two doses and everything else, « Mittal said.

The Indian Olympic Federation has also written to the Union Health Minister, Harsh Vardhan, asking him to prioritize the Tokyo Olympics Prioritize vaccinating athletes so that they have enough time before leaving for the games.

No! IOC President Thomas Bach has stated that athletes traveling to Tokyo for the Games do not need to be vaccinated. In none of the scenarios that the organizers of the IOC and Tokyo 2020 took into account when planning the deferred games, vaccine availability is widespread.

Bach has also spoken out against athletes who top the queue for vaccines leap. He said the IOC believes that the first priority for vaccines should be doctors and health professionals, vulnerable groups, « people in need » and those who « keep our societies alive ».

READ MORE: « Are top athletes a priority? »: The dilemma of the sports opponents before the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Euro

No socializing, no handshakes and definitely no hugs – this is what athletes can expect at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, which have been postponed by the coronavirus this summer, according to a virus rulebook released by the organizers on Tuesday.

The 33-page document – the last in a series of « game books » created to ensure the Games can safely take place – also warns athletes that they could be banned from their events if they violate strict anti-virus rules, according to a report by Agence France-Presse.

According to the guidelines, athletes will be minors Tested for the virus at least every four days and cannot participate if they return a confirmed positive test.

Your time in Japan will be « minimized to reduce the risk of infection » and by those in the Olympic Village , you are expected to « avoid unnecessary forms of physical contact ».

Welcome to our live blog ahead of the Tokyo Olympics. There are only 150 days left before the postponed Tokyo Olympics begin with a hushed opening ceremony in the Japanese capital.

These Olympics promise to be unlike any other. Tokyo 2020 has been postponed for one year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Even after multiple vaccines hit the horizon, the virus’s shadow will loom over the games.

This live blog will help you keep up with the latest developments when an unprecedented game hits the horizon.

Yes! Indian Sports Minister Kiren Rijuju announced earlier this month that all Indian athletes who will take part in Tokyo 2020 will be vaccinated before they leave the country.

On the same day, Sports Secretary Ravi Mittal said that athletes traveling to Tokyo to be vaccinated before the games. “They are all vaccinated before they go to the Olympics, whoever goes. We will also take into account the time between two doses and everything else, « Mittal said.

The Indian Olympic Federation has also written to the Union Health Minister, Harsh Vardhan, asking him to prioritize the Tokyo Olympics Prioritize vaccinating athletes so that they have enough time before leaving for the games.

No! IOC President Thomas Bach has stated that athletes traveling to Tokyo for the Games do not need to be vaccinated. In none of the scenarios that the organizers of the IOC and Tokyo 2020 considered when planning the deferred games, vaccine availability is widespread.

Bach has also spoken out against athletes who top the queue for vaccines leap. He said the IOC believes that the first priority for vaccines should be doctors and health professionals, vulnerable groups, « people in need » and those who « keep our societies alive ».

READ MORE: « Are top athletes a priority? »: The dilemma of the sports opponents before the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Euro

No socializing, no handshakes and definitely no hugs – this is what athletes can expect at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, which have been postponed by the coronavirus this summer, according to a virus rulebook released by the organizers on Tuesday.

The 33-page document – the last in a series of « game books » created to ensure the Games can safely take place – also warns athletes that they could be banned from their events if they violate strict anti-virus rules, according to a report by Agence France-Presse.

According to the guidelines, athletes will be minors Tested for the virus at least every four days and cannot participate if they return a confirmed positive test.

Your time in Japan will be « minimized to reduce the risk of infection » and by those in the Olympic Village , you are expected to « avoid unnecessary forms of physical contact ».

Welcome to our live blog ahead of the Tokyo Olympics. There are only 150 days left before the postponed Tokyo Olympics begin with a hushed opening ceremony in the Japanese capital.

These Olympics promise to be unlike any other. Tokyo 2020 has been postponed for one year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Even after several vaccines hit the horizon, the virus’ shadow will loom over the games.

This liveblog will help you keep up with the latest developments when an unprecedented game hits the horizon.

In January this one Monthly, Sarah Hirshland, Executive Director of the US Olympic and Paralympic Committee, wrote a letter to Team USA athletes preparing for the Tokyo Olympics.

« We expect the Games to continue today, » wrote Hirshland. « They will look and feel different than any previous Games as we are all urged to continue making sacrifices and adjustments to protect the health of our community. »

When the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympic Games are on the horizon get bigger, adaptation and sacrifice become the motto for the Olympics and Paralympics like no other.

Postponed for one year due to the coronavirus pandemic, which brought all sporting activities to a standstill for more than half a year in 2020, start the Olympic Games on July 23rd with a subdued opening ceremony.

With only 150 days left for the Games, there are as many questions as answers. Will international fans be allowed? How often are athletes tested? What happens if an athlete tests positive?

The organizers of the IOC and Tokyo 2020 have tried to clear up some doubts and allay fears about a cancellation. The organizers of the IOC and Tokyo 2020 have tried to answer some of these questions and allay fears of the Games being canceled by publishing four « playbooks » for various stakeholders of the Games. Two more versions of the playbooks are expected and will be broken down in minutes to what athletes, fans, national Olympic committees and associations can expect.

As of now, the playbooks suggest that athletes be asked just five days before theirs Events coming to Tokyo and leaving within 48 hours of their events ending. Other measures prevent athletes from socializing, shaking hands, or hugging others. According to the guidelines, athletes will be tested for the virus at least every four days and will not be able to participate if they return a confirmed positive test.

In the meantime, if fans are allowed into arenas, fans are asked not to cheer and to stay masked at all times in arenas.

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The development came after the BWF decided to postpone two tournaments in Malaysia and Singapore Open from their earlier scheduled dates.

The Athletics Integrity Unit said the case involved « producing false documents and false statements » in a 15-month investigation into why high jumper Danil Lysenko was not available for drug testing.

A December Sport Arbitration Court ruling banned Russia’s team name, flag and national anthem from the Tokyo Olympics this year and the Beijing 2022 Winter Games.

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