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Winter Olympics: IOC does not foresee any situation to postpone Beining 2022 Games – Lausanne News

The Beijing Winter Olympic Games are scheduled from February 4-20,2022.

The IOC had to postpone the Tokyo Olympic Games, which had been initially scheduled to be held in July 2020, by a yr and the Games had been ultimately held in July-August 2021.

Christophe Dubi, the Olympic Games Executive Director, stated he does not foresee such a situation as a result of the Closed Loop system that the Chinese authorities have put in place for the Beijing Winter Games could be very robust and able to tackling any eventuality.

“No (I don’t seen any such threat) Even though we have learned that in the case of Covid, we have to be flexible and be ready for every eventuality.

“The Closed-loop system can management and sort out all conditions, we’re not saying that Covid will not transfer forward however now we have deliberate and labored out all situations. We have a really robust group in place there and the Closed Loop System is able to dealing with all conditions,” said Dubi.

Juan Antonio Samaranch Jr, chairman of the IOC Coordination Commission for the Beijing Winter Olympic Games, said, “For the Games to achieve success, they’ve to be secure. The Closed Loop System that they’re adapting at Beijing makes it very secure,” he said.

Both Dubi and Samaranch Jr along with the IOC director of communication Mark Adams fielded questions on various issues on the opening day of the three-day IOC Executive Board meeting here on Tuesday.

Samaranch Jr expressed IOC’s disappointment over the decison by the United States of America (USA)of a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Winter Games,terming it a “political resolution” but said at least the sportspersons are free to participate in the Games.

All three assured that the Games will be safe for everyone as they will be held as per the Olympic Charter.

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