A warning sign near the Olympic Rings in Tokyo, Japan. There will be strict entry protocols, similar to those for the current handful of travellers going to Japan, for athletes at the Olympic Games. Photo: Getty Images A warning sign near the Olympic Rings in Tokyo, Japan. There will be strict entry protocols, similar to those for the current handful of travellers going to Japan, for athletes at the Olympic Games. Photo: Getty Images
A warning sign near the Olympic Rings in Tokyo, Japan. There will be strict entry protocols, similar to those for the current handful of travellers going to Japan, for athletes at the Olympic Games. Photo: Getty Images

2020 Summer Olympics: what entry to Japan is like now and how that will affect athletes arriving for the delayed Games

  • The few travellers currently allowed into Japan must take multiple coronavirus tests and stay holed up in quarantine for 14 days
  • The 15,400 Olympic and Paralympic athletes will face similar testing and be driven to the Athletes’ Village ‘bubble’ in sterilised vehicles

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A warning sign near the Olympic Rings in Tokyo, Japan. There will be strict entry protocols, similar to those for the current handful of travellers going to Japan, for athletes at the Olympic Games. Photo: Getty Images A warning sign near the Olympic Rings in Tokyo, Japan. There will be strict entry protocols, similar to those for the current handful of travellers going to Japan, for athletes at the Olympic Games. Photo: Getty Images
A warning sign near the Olympic Rings in Tokyo, Japan. There will be strict entry protocols, similar to those for the current handful of travellers going to Japan, for athletes at the Olympic Games. Photo: Getty Images
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