Japan media reports that the Japanese government is planning to declare a fourth coronavirus state of emergency for Tokyo that would include the Tokyo Olympic Games
Japan is to require Olympic athletes and others coming from eleven countries, including Britain, to be Pre-tested daily for the coronavirus for between three and seven days prior to departure
The British Olympic Association has signed a PCR testing service plan with Randox Health for Team GB’s Covid-19 testing for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, in 2021
The UK has been placed on Japan’s travel Red-List of countries facing extra entry restrictions, due to the spread of the Delta Covid-19 variant in the UK.
Japan is reported to be adding ten new countries to their Red List of countries that it considers potential COVID-19 variant spreaders . . . Among them Britain
Tokyo Games athletes will be required to sign a waiver assuming all risk related to COVID-19 throughout the upcoming Summer Olympics.
The Japanese government has extended the state of emergency for Tokyo and eight other prefectures through to 20 June in an effort to contain the coronavirus.
Following the French Government declaring restricted travel between the UK and France, the RORC has updated the Rolex Fastnet Race fleet and its other applicable races likely to be affected
While Japan scrambles to upgrade their coronavirus vaccination programme ahead of the Tokyo Olympic games, the British Olympic Association has confirmed that Team GB athletes and support staff will be fully vaccinated
The British Olympic Association has confirmed to Sailweb that Tokyo 2020 has allowed a late replacement policy to allow for Covid-related changes post 7 July
An anti-Olympics protester gatecrashed a routine International Olympic Committee (IOC) online press conference on Wednesday.