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2021-07-22 13:19:43
Team USA volleyball player will miss Olympics after testing positive for Covid-19

US men's beach volleyball player Taylor Crabb has tested positive for Covid-19 and will not participate in the Tokyo Olympics, according to NBC News. Crabb is now the fourth US athlete to test positive for Covid-19.

Crabb, 29, joins Coco Gauff, Katie Lou Samuelson and Kara Eaker as US athletes who will not participate in the Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for the virus.

Crabb is expected to be replaced by Tri Bourne, according to California newspaper, The Orange County Register. Bourne will join four-time Olympian Jake Gibb for Team USA’s opening match against Italy at Shiokaze Park on Sunday.
2021-07-22 13:22:56

Czech table tennis player will miss the Olympics because of Covid-19

Czech table tennis player Pavel Širuček has tested positive for Covid-19 in Tokyo and will not be able to compete at the Games, the Czech Olympic Committee said in a statement on Wednesday.

Širuček, who is a first-time Olympian, is the latest positive result and brings the total number of cases within the Czech delegation to four.

Beach volleyball player Ondřej Perušič tested positive on Monday. He was followed by the coach of the women's beach volleyball team, Simon Nausch, on Tuesday

An unnamed staff member tested positive after arriving to Tokyo last week.

The Czech team’s head Martin Doktor said that he was worried these kind of “sport tragedies” would happen.

The statement added that several other Czech athletes who have come into contact with those who tested positive have now been tested again.

At least two other athletes are awaiting the results of PCR tests.
2021-07-22 13:46:15

British sport shooter withdraws from Tokyo Games after testing positive for Covid-19

Britain's world No. 1 shooter Amber Hill has withdrawn from the Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for Covid-19 prior to departing for Japan, Team GB announced in a statement on Wednesday.

Hill, who tested positive for Covid-19 in the UK, was due to compete in the Women’s Olympic Skeet competition.

The 23-year-old, who was the most experienced athlete on the British shooting team, was a finalist at the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro.
"I will be back from this, but right now I need some time to reflect and take in what has happened,” she added.

Shooting team leader Steven Seligmann said it was “an incredibly sad situation” adding “our focus is to now make sure Amber is kept safe and well, both physically and mentally, and we have the support in place to help her through this difficult period.”

Team GB confirmed no replacement athlete will be selected in Hill’s place.
2021-07-22 13:48:05

UK prime minister accused of being a "super spreader" of confusion over self-isolation rules

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been accused of being a “super spreader” of confusion over self-isolation rules, by the leader of opposition Labour party Keir Starmer, after contradictory statements were issued by the government earlier this week on the matter.

Johnson joined virtually – with the speaker of the House of Commons at one point struggling to hear him – as he is self-isolating at his country residence in Chequers, England, after being a close contact of the Health Secretary Sajid Javid, who tested positive for Covid-19 on Sunday.

“Even after 15 months of these exchanges I can’t believe that the Prime Minister doesn't see the irony of him spending 'Freedom Day' locked in isolation, and announcing plans for a vaccines ID card,” Starmer said. He highlighted the recent confusion and changes of policy over isolation exemptions and Covid vaccine passports, two days after all lockdown restrictions were lifted in England despite daily cases being around 50,000.

“When it comes to creating confusion. The Prime Minister is a super spreader,” Starmer added.

Johnson accused Starmer of trying to "score cheap political points" and defended the isolation system.

Johnson said Monday that a number of critical workers would be exempt from the requirement to self-isolate when notified by the NHS Covid-19 ‘Track and Trace’ app.

Downing Street reiterated on Tuesday that people should isolate if they are notified or ‘pinged’ by a Covid app used by the National Health Service to trace possible contacts of those who test positive for Covid-19. The confirmation came after UK business minister Paul Scully suggested that it was down to individuals and employers to follow the instructions, or to ignore them.
2021-07-22 14:44:11

新冠肺炎增30例本土、添4死 陳時中:個案多在掌握範圍




2021-07-22 14:47:49
May be a fluctuation or may be the start of worsening?

Needs more days to know the trend.
2021-07-22 14:58:35
13,655 new cases (new national record) and 87 new deaths in Thailand

Keep worsening. But Thailand still does not impose a full lockdown because she hopes the situation can improve in 2 months.

In less than two months, dead bodies will be all over the country.
2021-07-22 17:07:48
4,943 new cases and 18 new deaths in Japan

Keep worsening.
2021-07-22 17:09:19

日本東京都增1979人確診 奧運相關確診增至87宗


2021-07-22 17:11:45

澳洲新州增124宗確診 16個月以來最多



2021-07-22 18:21:28
170 new cases in Singapore

7-day moving average of new cases is going up rapidly.
2021-07-22 19:02:54

屯門恒順園6座有住戶初步確診 大廈或納強制檢測

2021-07-22 20:35:44
49,509 new cases and 1,449 new deaths (new national record) in Indonesia
2021-07-23 01:27:19
2021-07-23 08:55:06
7,745 new cases (new national record) and 65 new deaths in Cuba
2021-07-23 09:05:11


2021-07-23 09:06:05


2021-07-23 09:12:19

新加坡新增162宗本土病例 今天起再禁堂食



2021-07-23 09:47:33
These athletes had to drop out of the Olympics because of Covid-19

Competition began Wednesday, more than a year after the original start date. The Games were delayed due to the pandemic, but with Covid-19 still spreading unchecked in Japan, organizers have been forced to take unprecedented steps to keep competitors and the public safe.

Athletes who contracted coronavirus have seen their Olympic dreams dashed. Some tested positive in Japan, some before coming.

These are some of the athletes we know who have publicly dropped out due to Covid-19 health and safety protocols.

Team USA: 5
Katie Lou Samuelson — USA Women's 3x3 Basketball
Coco Gauff — USA Women's Tennis
Kara Eaker — USA Women's Gymnastics
Taylor Crabb — USA Men's Beach Volleyball (according to NBC)
Bradley Beal — USA Men's Basketball (Placed in health and safety protocol but hasn't publicly disclosed a positive Covid-19 test)

Team Great Britain: 3
Amber Hill — Great Britain Shooting
Dan Evans — Great Britain Tennis
Johanna Konta — Great Britain Tennis

Team Czech Republic: 2
Pavel Sirucek — Czech Republic Men's Table Tennis
Ondrej Perusic — Czech Republic Men's Beach Volleyball

Team Mexico: 2
Hector Velazquez — Mexico Baseball
Sammy Solis — Mexico Baseball

Team South Africa: 2
Thabiso Monyane — South Africa Men's Football
Kamohelo Mahlatsi — South Africa Men's Football

Team Australia: 1
Alex de Minaur — Australia Men's Tennis

Team Chile: 1
Fernanda Aguirre — Chile Women's Taekwondo

Team Netherlands: 1
Candy Jacobs — Netherlands Women's Skateboarding

Team Russia: 1
Ilya Borodin — Russia Swim Team
2021-07-23 10:18:17
2021-07-23 10:20:32
The true competition is to have more athletes get infected. I believe that team USA will win.
2021-07-23 10:22:21
6,701 new cases and 319 new deaths (new national record) in Myanmar
2021-07-23 10:51:37
61,651 new cases and 365 new deaths in the United States

Surpass 60,000 new cases again. Remain to be at the top of the world.
2021-07-23 10:53:21
6,194 new cases in Vietnam

New national record!
However, it has very high chance to break this national record tomorrow.
2021-07-23 10:54:24
14,575 new cases (new national record) and 114 new deaths in Thailand
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