‘METICULOUS’ biosecurity measures will be in place to keep horses safe at this year’s Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The detailed procedures were released by the FEI this month, along with strong reassurances after equine coronavirus antibodies – from a typically mild virus unlinked to Covid-19 that cannot be transmitted to humans – were found in horses at Tokyo racecourse last year, around 22km from the Olympic stadium.
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