Updated 07/22/2021 – 11:34
Czech beach volleyball player Markta Nausch-Slukov is the last athlete to have tested positive for COVID in the Villa, which brings the number of cases within this delegation to five. The Czech Olympic Committee has launched an investigation into whether people “neglected” their duties and whether that caused the positive cases.
Cases like that feed mistrust in a happy ending of the Olympic Games. The growth in the incidence of Covid19 worries in the capital of Japan after the daily part of Thursday was known, with a number of infections of 1,979 cases, the fifth highest in all of 2021 and the highest since mid-January.
However, the virulence is not so serious because The city did not register any death from coronavirus, although there is concern about the increase in infections that in one week has shot up by 881 percent. It is expected that it will increase in the next few days and that the curve does not begin to bend until the last week of the Games.
The country registered a total of 4,943 cases, with 20 deaths, while critics have dropped to 390 compared to the previous day.