THE IOC, TOGETHER WITH THE NATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEES (NOCS) AND GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES OF QATAR AND RWANDA, HAS ESTABLISHED TWO FURTHER PRE-GAMES VACCINATION OPPORTUNITIES FOR OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC GAMES PARTICIPANTS.

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THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE (IOC)’S COORDINATION COMMISSION FOR THE OLYMPIC GAMES PARIS 2024 MET TODAY, WITH THE LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE DELIVERING A CLEAR MESSAGE – PARIS 2024 IS READY TO TAKE CENTRE STAGE.
Read more: PARIS 2024 READY TO TAKE CENTRE STAGE AS TOKYO 2020 HANDOVER APPROACHES

SIX NATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEES (NOCS) HAVE PLEDGED TO THE IOC AND TOKYO 2020 THAT THEIR DELEGATIONS WILL ARRIVE IN JAPAN FOR THE OLYMPIC GAMES TOKYO 2020 FULLY VACCINATED. THESE PLEDGES CAME FROM THE NOCS OF BANGLADESH, INDIA, MALDIVES, NEPAL, PAKISTAN AND SRI LANKA ALL OF WHICH ARE CURRENTLY ON THE LIST OF COUNTRIES AND REGIONS SUBJECT TO THE STRONGEST ENTRY RESTRICTIONS FOR JAPAN.

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IOC President Thomas Bach joined the biggest International Athletes Forum ever to give updates on Olympic preparations and discuss the 'Playbook' on how the Tokyo 2020 Games can be safely delivered.

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THE 11TH AND FINAL MEETING (19-21 MAY) OF THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE (IOC)’S COORDINATION COMMISSION FOR THE OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC GAMES TOKYO 2020 CONCLUDED TODAY, AND IT HAS BECOME CLEARER THAN EVER THAT THESE GAMES WILL BE SAFE FOR EVERYONE PARTICIPATING AND THE JAPANESE PEOPLE.
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