The Tokyo Olympics will start on July 23. In this tournament, 14 condoms will be given to all the players from all over the world.
Tokyo, June 8 : The Tokyo Olympics will start on July 23. In this tournament, 14 condoms will be given to all the players from all over the world. A total of 160,000 condoms will be provided to athletes at the tournament in Japan, but they should not use condoms, organizers said. The organizers hope that the players will take these condoms home instead of using them during the tournament. Players also have no choice but to accept these restrictions.
This is how condoms have been distributed since the 1988 Seoul Olympics. This is how condoms are given to athletes to raise awareness about HIV / AIDS.
“Athletes should not use condoms in the Olympic Village, but should go to their own country and raise awareness about AIDS,” the International Olympic Committee said.
The corona crisis will force athletes to adhere to social distance in the Olympic Village, with two people keeping a distance of two meters from each other, and the athletes not being able to touch anyone. Even during the match, the players will not be able to shake hands with their opponents, teammates and match officials. Any player who breaks this rule will face a hefty fine.