Wada’s new instructions included the need for local doping agencies to ensure that individuals who collect samples do not have any symptoms ofCovid-19They should also ask the athletes if they feel any symptoms, or if anyone is present at the sample collection site, among the groups believed to be at risk of developing the emerging coronavirus.
“Wada” stressed that if it is proved that a person who had previously collected a sample has been injured, the athletes who contacted him must be informed, and vice versa, calling for the necessity of sterilizing the workplaces andWear masks Protective gear.
Regarding the places where doping screening programs can not be continued, Wada clarified that she will work with other agencies and sports federations “when the situation begins to return to normal”, to identify the gaps in examinations “especially those related to the Tokyo Games and the Paralympic Games” scheduled in This summer, successively from July 24.
However, “Wada” indicated that anti-doping agencies should obtain information about the whereabouts of athletes in order to facilitate checks. Steroids Out of the context of official competitions, she stressed that athletes should be reminded that they “can be examined anywhere and anytime.”
In light of the closure of many of the laboratories accredited by her for the analysis of samples, “Wada”, which is based in Montreal, asked the local doping agencies to contact them to determine the laboratories that can cooperate with them.
“While there is no intention to change the existing requirements under the global anti-doping program, Wada fully understands the complexities of this unprecedented situation and will ensure that its program to monitor compliance with the doping rules provides a level of flexibility and understanding based on current conditions,” she added.