Two people connected to the Olympic Games have been hospitalized with COVID-19 but neither case is serious, Tokyo 2020 spokesperson Masa Takaya said on Thursday.
A third hospitalized person has already been discharged, the spokesperson said. The Games are in their sixth day of competition and run until Aug. 8.
Athletes and other attendees have flooded into Tokyo from around the world and are subject to a testing regime to identity and isolate positive cases. The capital city is in a state of emergency with coronavirus infections at a record high.
Organizers declined to provide further details on the cases citing privacy concerns.
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