‘Sisaket Games’ knocks the queue to compete on 5-25 March next year, divided into 3 periods to reduce congestion, 21 days long.
Mr. Chanin Khum Yaito, Director of the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT), Sisaket Province, revealed that last week Sisaket held a meeting And summarizing the resolutions on the schedule and days of the 47th National Games “Sisaket Games” and the 37th National Disabled Games “Nakhon Lamduan Games” have been completed. by national sports Will compete between March 5-25, 2022, the National Sports for the Disabled will compete between March 30 – April 3, 2022, which all parties in the province agree to this resolution. and prepare to present along with the Sports Authority of Thailand as a game owner to make an official announcement again
Mr. Chanin said that the format of the 47th National Games will be adapted to the current world situation. With the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus, which has a longer duration of 21 days, allowing the competition to be divided into 3 waves or 3 periods to reduce congestion, congestion of staff and more than 18,000 athletes From across the country in 52 sports that will travel to participate in the competition. And there is a measure that participants must be vaccinated against COVID-19 of any kind before competing and must have a negative test result for COVID-19 within 72 hours. There will be two more ATK checks during the match and before returning.
“If during the competition, athletes or officials found infected with COVID-19 We will be isolated. before re-examination by RT-PCR method, if the result is positive found to be infected We have coordinated Sisaket Hospital To take over the care of athletes That person until he recovered well. during the competition It is preliminary that it will open to supporters to watch the sport in proportion to 1 in 4 or 25 percent of the capacity. Of course, if after this. As the situation with COVID-19 improves, there is an opportunity to increase the proportion of supporters in the public health measures.”
Mr. Chanin said that it will be a return to the national sport again in 24 years of the province. I believe that in the past we have prepared well in all aspects. It’s unfortunate to come across the COVID-19 outbreak. Until we have to postpone the hosting as originally scheduled from the end of 2020. As for the field of play, we are ready. The experience of organizing the competition is not to worry about. Because we have a team that has experience in hosting 20 years ago and 7 years ago hosting youth sports. It is also a sports city. There are many people with knowledge of sports management and there are personnel from National Sports University Sisaket Campus and Sisaket Rajabhat University hundreds of lives who are ready to help act during that time as well.”
Mr. Chanin added that Such periods are considered appropriate. Because there is still time left for all 5 regions to compete in the regional qualifying round. During November 2021 – January 2022 to be completed for athletes to compete in the final round Importantly, it does not match or overlap with any sporting event. Whether it’s Asian Indoor and Martial Art Games which was originally scheduled to be held in March 2022, but has been postponed to 2023 and does not overlap with the National Youth Games in Phatthalung to be held in July
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