Volunteers working at Olympic venues and in athletes village regardless of NOT having Covid checks… with one describing the ‘joke’ system as ‘lax past perception’ in main concern for organisers
Sub-contractors and volunteers are working contained in the athletes village on the Tokyo Olympics regardless of not having Covid checks, doubtlessly placing the world’s finest rivals in danger, in keeping with volunteers who’ve spoken to The Mail on Sunday.
They’ve hit out on the Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Video games (TOCOG), saying monitoring is ‘a joke’ and including that they’ve tried and did not take a check.
Massive numbers of volunteers and sub-contractors are working within the village, which sits subsequent to Tokyo Bay.
Volunteers have come ahead to complain concerning the testing system on the Olympics
Some have revealed they’re working within the athletes’ village with out having taken a check
However a volunteer, who didn’t want to be named, described the system as ‘lax past perception’. They added: ‘It is a joke and we’re all amazed by it. There was no monitoring.’
One other stated: ‘It is the discuss of the volunteers. We’re all shocked by it. No one is checking once we go in and my buddies who’re working at Video games venues say the identical factor.’
TOCOG say they’re ‘utilizing all of the instruments at our disposal’ to make sure these concerned ‘take PCR checks as a lot as attainable’ and add that ought to they discover somebody who has not been examined frequently they’re advised to take action ‘instantly’.
However a volunteer, who didn’t want to be named, described the system on the village as ‘lax’