VOA慢速英语(翻译+字幕+讲解):奥组委发布东京奥运规则手册
日期:2021-02-03 14:23

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Tokyo Olympics to Release Plan for Games in Pandemic

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Japanese organizers are set to publish a rulebook for the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games.

The book will be released next week. It will explain how 15,400 Olympic and Paralympic sports competitors and tens of thousands of others will try to safely enter Japan when the Olympics begin in six months.

Local organizers and the IOC are hoping to push back against recent media reports claiming the Olympics will be canceled, as Tokyo and much of Japan are still under a COVID-19 state of emergency.

The release of the plan is set to take place at IOC headquarters in Switzerland on February 4. Tokyo organizers are to present the plan the following day.

Lucia Montanarella is head of IOC media operations. She said the organizers created four different possible situations. One includes continued travel restrictions, for example. Another imagines the pandemic is nearly over.

Montanarella added, "The present scenario is very much like one of those that we'd created, with the pandemic still among us, and some countries being able to contain it, some not."

The book will explain plans for creating safe bubbles in Tokyo. It will be updated with changing rules and requirements as the opening date gets closer.

The Olympic Games are set to start July 23. The Paralympics are to open one month later, on August 24.

Athletes and those traveling to Japan -- coaches, judges, members of the media -- are likely to face some self-quarantine periods before they leave their home country. This will be followed by tests at the airport, tests after arriving in Japan, and additional testing for those staying in the Athletes Village.

Is there support for the Games?

A major unanswered question involves fans. How many fans will be permitted to watch events? Also, will only fans already in Japan be included?

Olympic Minister Seiko Hashimoto said Tuesday that those decisions will be announced "by the spring." Fewer fans means more costs for Japan. The local organizing committee expected to receive $800 million from ticket sales. Any drop in sales will have to be made up by Japanese government groups.

Craig Spence is a spokesman for the International Paralympic Committee. He said organizers must get the support of the Japanese public. Recent opinion studies show that 80 percent of Japanese people questioned think the Olympics should be canceled or postponed.

IOC President Thomas Bach is pushing for everyone involved in the Olympics to be vaccinated. But the World Health Organization said earlier this week that Olympic athletes should not be placed ahead of healthcare workers, old people and those at risk of getting severely ill.

Japan has recorded more than 5,000 deaths connected to COVID-19. Its healthcare system is under pressure with deaths and new cases rising. A vaccination program is expected to start next month. But vaccines will not be available to the general public until later in spring.

The president of the Japan Medical Association, Dr. Toshio Nakagawa, issued a warning last week when asked about the Olympics.

"Many people will come from abroad, and it's a huge number, even with just the athletes," Nakagawa said. "In this situation, if coronavirus patients appear among them as a collapse of the medical system is happening and is spreading, it will not be possible to accept them."

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重点解析

1.situation n.情况

The situation is under control.

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2.ticket n.票

Ticket prices shot up last year.

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3.medical adj.医疗的

Her medical bills mounted up.

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4.decision n.决定

Their decision was unanimous.

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5.Local organizers and the IOC are hoping to push back against recent media reports claiming the Olympics will be canceled

push back 推迟;反击

America's strategists will push back in 2011.

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The firm wanted to push back the deadline but was refused.

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6.It will explain how 15,400 Olympic and Paralympic sports competitors and tens of thousands of others will try to safely enter Japan.

tens of thousands of 数万的

Insects are made up of tens of thousands of proteins.

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They somehow contrived to lose tens of thousands of applications.

他们精心策划故意遗失了数万份申请书Kd(Nh&Rb=0q=^TW

参考译文

奥组委发布东京奥运规则手册

国际奥委会和日本组委会将为即将到来的东京奥运会发布一本规则手册7=fxvOWWKnGue5_Y

这本手册将于下周发行~szN1KI0[E=K。手册解释了15400名奥运会和残奥会运动员及数万名其他人员如何在6个月后东京奥运会开幕时安全进入日本GQcV5Ip~k[5!

最近有媒体报道称,因为东京和日本大部分地区仍然处于新冠肺炎紧急状态,本届奥运会将被取消,日本组委会和国际奥委会希望澄清这一点i^d;4-qCHq37

该方案定于2月4日在瑞士国际奥委会总部发布+KvD!_a+NfB+=W。东京组委会将在次日发布该方案.D5ipigscG%T**~n~q

露西亚·蒙大娜瑞拉(Lucia Montanarella)是国际奥委会媒体运营总监k8Mv2fKD9Gf_GT;Y,。她说,组委会提出了4种可能发生不同的状况=rsBc3o.@M~0。例如,其中一种包括持续的旅行限制1h(wi5|VdD]7.。另一种是这种流行病即将结束4YKjT]Mb4Pz4y3#H

蒙大娜瑞拉还表示:“目前的情况与我们提出的一种状况非常相似,疫情尚未结束,有些国家有能力遏制,有些国家无力应对%Zeg;jdTwQLCP。”

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这本手册将会解释在东京制造安全泡泡的方案GuX~4PseS,O。随着开幕日临近,方案将根据规则和要求的变化而调整wRF-;pTbGRuTr!q+j

东京奥运会定于7月23日开幕7~q#Guz)I9*d%k%pf@O)。残奥会定于一个月后的8月24日开幕aHp%(7a@q7(7xSN!8Cqf

运动员以及前往日本的教练、裁判和媒体人士在离境前可能需进行自我隔离D.Loo~7+P15cp。接下来是在机场进行检测、抵达日本后检测以及对入住运动员村的人员进行额外检测2w.#X7S#Eqwly)LNf5N

公众支持举办奥运会吗?

一个涉及到观众的重大问题尚未落实t_HA&cB[p!~qd~a[&@。本届奥运会允许多少观众进场观赛?另外,场内是否只包括已经在日本的观众?

日本奥运担当大臣桥本圣子(Seiko Hashimoto)周二表示,这些决定将在春季前公布r98MH|dbciY+MQA3D。观众越少,日本的承办成本就越高Du_kajy[toXc.5l7。日本组委会预计将从门票销售中获得8亿美元@3%+f4R9PoJS@dbc7。任何销售下降都必须由日本政府机构来贴补mq%dT9[&8=8eM)

克雷格·斯彭斯是国际残奥委员会的发言人x#wABF7~5YIi。他说,组织者必须得到日本公众的支持Uom;O7aof2an|iBI9S|。最近的民调表明,80%的日本民众认为奥运会应当被取消或推迟5xsJD0OiR&0rbvpZCz4

国际奥委会主席托马斯·巴赫督促所有参与奥运会的人士都接种疫苗Ae-xww|E5_w0pZS#(。但是世卫组织本周早些时候表示,奥运会运动员不应在医护人员、老年人以及可能感染重病的人士面受到优待2F0a*kGc1,M5Q

日本已经录得超过5000例与新冠肺炎相关的死亡iLAP;wa2oH。随着死亡人数和新增病例的增加,日本医疗体系面临压力Nm#wb7yRgJF。疫苗接种计划有望于下个月开始6SC5kGUnZlXvj0F。但是直到春季晚些时候才能向普通民众提供疫苗y4v2pfyBm*9D

日本医学协会会长中川俊夫上周在被问到奥运会时发布了一项警告N=ClxGF-g#TCG5

中川俊夫表示:“即使只有运动员,也会有很多人从国外来到日本,这个群体数量庞大QK|5Os7+HEu%rDnY7。在这种情况下,如果在他们当中出现新冠病毒患者,医疗系统会崩溃,病毒会扩散,那么就无法接收他们grQW*K_Qjvdo。”

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