Do you want to sign the “Life and Death Certificate” before the competition? It is said that the International Olympic Games requires East Olympics players to sign the exemption letter | International | 新头壳 Newtalk

The International Olympic Games (IOC) held an athlete coordination meeting in Geneva and proposed that participating athletes are obliged to sign an exemption form equivalent to a “life and death certificate.” Even if they are infected, the organizer cannot be held accountable. However, some athletes questioned it. Picture: Reposted from Tokyo-Good/CC BY-SA 4.0)

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics was postponed to the end of July this year due to the impact of the new crown pneumonia (COVID-19), but the epidemic in Japan continues to spread. On the 27th local time, the International Olympic Games (IOC) held an athlete coordination meeting in Geneva and proposed that participating athletes are obliged to sign an exemption form equivalent to a “life and death certificate.” Even if they are infected, the organizer cannot be held accountable. However, some athletes were caught Questioned.

According to a report by the Japanese media “Kyodo News Agency” on the 28th, the IOC requires the contestants to sign the exemption statement containing “Due to the risk and impact of the epidemic cannot be completely ruled out, the contestants are required to agree to bear the relevant responsibilities.”

Lana Haddad, the chief operating officer of IOC, said that the same requirements have been put forward in the previous Olympics and other major events. “In the face of virus infection, no country or health department can absolutely guarantee safety. This is a risk that all of us should take. “And emphasized that this is a consistent practice.

The representative of the American Athletes Committee asked that many people have doubts about athletes submitting such consent forms, “I don’t remember (in the past Olympics) that they had to sign for intense heat or epidemics.” International Olympic Games (IOC) President Thomas Bach (Thomas Bach) In response, the Olympic Games he participated in “must also sign.”

According to a report by the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike stated that if Too is postponed again, it will basically be a completely different Olympics. Players’ willingness and physical strength will also change. It will be difficult for Too to postpone again. , The principle is to run a safe and secure Tokyo Olympics.

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics was postponed to the end of July this year due to the impact of the new crown pneumonia (COVID-19), but the epidemic in Japan continues to spread. On the 27th local time, the International Olympic Games (IOC) held an athlete coordination meeting in Geneva. It was proposed that participating athletes are obliged to sign a “life and death certificate”. Even if they are infected, the organizer cannot be held accountable. However, some athletes were caught Questioned.

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