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Dutch tennis player trials for Kovit, 16 new cases at the Olympics in Tokyo

Dutch tennis player Jean-Julien Roger was forced to withdraw from the Olympics after a positive test for COVID-19, with organizers announcing 16 new epidemics on Monday during the Games taking place here.

Roger and his doubles partner Wesley Colehoff will play against New Zealand’s Marcus Daniel and Michael Venus, who withdrew from the second round match on Monday after Roger’s positive test result.

In a statement, the federation said: “The Dutch Olympic Committee and the Dutch Sports Federation have informed the WTA that athlete John-Julian Roger has tested positive for COVID-19 and is being isolated in accordance with established procedures.”

Roger and partner Wesley Coolhoff have been ruled out of the men’s doubles and their rivals Marcus Daniel and Michael Venus of New Zealand have advanced to the quarterfinals. We wish Jane Julian a speedy recovery. ”

For example, the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Dutch delegation has risen to six.

Earlier, organizers announced in their daily COVID-19 update that three athletes, four contractors, eight gaming employees and one gaming employee had been diagnosed with the COVID virus, bringing the number to 148.

All three athletes are not residents of the Olympic Village, and 16 cases have been reported since it opened.

A sports staff and contractor based in Japan on new additions.

Three athletes and seven athletes have been placed in compulsory 14-day isolation.

The total number of people related to the game who tested positive for the virus has reached 83 after adding 8 new events.

Groups infected with the COVID-19 virus after landing in Tokyo include the Czech Republic, the United States, Chile, South Africa and the Netherlands.

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For example, after the Czech Republic tested four athletes positive for the virus, its division investigated violations of health care protocol and forced them to abstain from beach volleyball and cycling.

On Monday, the organizers urged the media to adhere to the COVID-19 protocol, saying “they are aware of incidents of alleged non-compliance.”

They warned of “disciplinary consequences” for violating the rules imposed on health precautions.

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