The tickets for the auspicious event to be given only to 'targeted' groups of people and will not be sold to general public
The Chinese Winter Olympics, beginning on Febuary 4, has faced its latest setback with the tickets for the auspicious event to be given only to 'targeted' groups of people and will not be sold to general public. The organizing committee of the Winter Olympics, announces as there will not be any international spectators at the Games, under its 'zero-COVID' policy.
While China has mainly managed to keep COVID-19 infections on the low, it is struggling to curb sproadic infections of highly infectious variants of COVID-19, just as the Lunar New Year is stated to begin.
The Winter Olympics, to be held in Hebei province, will take in 'closed loop' travel policy that will keep atheletes and staff personnel separated from the general public. Most of the participants will arrive in special charter planes under this new policy.