Tokyo is all set to commence with the Olympics 2021 which is scheduled on 23rd July 2021. However, the Olympics was delayed due to the COVID-19 situation that arose in the year 2020 and spread to most of the countries. However, there are many changes made in the rule book of the Olympics this year due to the situation, the main change in the preamble is that it is going to be the first-ever Olympics with a “Gender Balanced” specialty. Earlier, Women didn’t get the full benefits of the Olympics as less allocation was made for them, however, Tokyo Olympics is offering almost 49 percent of women athletes to participate in the contest. This amendment in the book will also hold the term “Gender Equality” on grounds. The organizers of the delayed Tokyo Olympics declared some sets of rules concerning how teams move and communicate to avoid the spread of the virus, assuming that the games will go ahead this summer as planned.
There are some other minor changes in the Olympics 2021, Take a look!
Covid tests will be conducted when the competitors arrive in Japan and afterward at regular intervals of time as per the book named “Playbook” revealed on Wednesday. The archive was set up by the Tokyo Organizing Committee, the International Olympic Committee, and the International Paralympic Committee.
The conventions are pointed toward holding an effective occasion even as nations across the globe battle to manage the pandemic. Japan actualized stricter estimates a month ago trying to lessen contaminations and prepare for the Olympics, which were delayed a year ago.