Tokyo Olympics: Corona's shadow over Tokyo Olympics, two players found positive of South Africa


An important decision has been taken to organize the Games' Maha Kumbh Olympics during the Corona epidemic. This time the Olympics are being held in Tokyo, the capital of Japan, from July 23 to August 8. Many questions are being raised about its organization after an officer was found corona infected on Saturday. On Sunday, two players of the South Africa football team were also found infected with Corona.

Questions are being raised from all sides regarding the conduct of the Tokyo Olympics. The Japanese government and the International Olympic Association have assured that all preparations are in place to make the event successful. Three members of South Africa's football team were found to be Kovid test positive in the Games Village set up to organize the Games on Sunday. Two players of the team and the video analyst were found infected with Corona.

The names of the players found positive in the test are Thabiso Monayane and Kamohello Mahlatsi, while the name of the member of the video team is being told as Mario Massa. All of them have been isolated after being found infected. It has been told by the South Africa team that all the other members of the team are following the protocol of Corona. He is strictly following the rule of anti coronavirus.

A statement from the team said all of them were tested as soon as they arrived at the Olympic Village. He has followed all the safety rules.

The Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games has arranged for 230 doctors and 310 nurses to monitor and conduct these tests. Between July 1 and July 15, 15,000 people entered Japan at the Tokyo Games Village, of whom only 15 tested positive for COVID-19.