The strict nature of the 14-day period of movement restrictions which will be imposed on those who travel to Japan for this year's delayed Olympic Games has been underscored following the second day of the latest International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board meeting.

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THE ULTIMATE MOMENT IN AN OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC ATHLETE’S CAREER IS RECEIVING THEIR MEDAL AT THE GAMES. THIS SPECIAL MOMENT IS OFTEN THE CULMINATION OF A LIFETIME OF HARD WORK AND SELF-DISCIPLINE.

Read more: 50 DAYS TO GO: TOKYO 2020 CELEBRATES ATHLETES AND SUSTAINABILITY BY REVEALING VICTORY CEREMONY...

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has appointed an official hospitality provider as part of a significant reform of this part of the Games-time operation.

Read more: IOC embarks on key reform of Olympic hospitality with appointment of official provider

THE IOC, TOGETHER WITH THE NATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEES (NOCS) AND GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES OF QATAR AND RWANDA, HAS ESTABLISHED TWO FURTHER PRE-GAMES VACCINATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC GAMES PARTICIPANTS.

Read more: HUBS ESTABLISHED IN QATAR AND RWANDA FOR FINAL VACCINATION OPPORTUNITY FOR OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC...

THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE (IOC)’S COORDINATION COMMISSION FOR THE OLYMPIC GAMES PARIS 2024 MET TODAY, WITH THE LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE DELIVERING A CLEAR MESSAGE – PARIS 2024 IS READY TO TAKE CENTRE STAGE.
Read more: PARIS 2024 READY TO TAKE CENTRE STAGE AS TOKYO 2020 HANDOVER APPROACHES