Two of the four residents of the Olympic Village, who were added to the list of people recognized for the Tokyo Games on Thursday, were tested in favor of COVID-19 this month, bringing the number to 91.
Candy Jacobs, a skateboarder from the Netherlands, and Pavel Chirusek, a table tennis player from the Czech Republic, tested positive and had to leave the village to enter an isolated hotel in the cases announced on Wednesday.
Since July 1, two additional sports personnel, including team coaches and officers staying in the unseen village of Tokyo Bay, have been added to 91 total cases listed by the organizers.
Those number of athletes who tested positive at home before the planned trip to Tokyo for the events they have now missed are not there.
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