〒180-0006 東京都武蔵野市中町2-3-5 IIHA武蔵野1階
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Early Olympics attendees eat noodles served from ceiling
The Beijing Olympic Village is a newly built facility that includes 2,300 beds for athletes, officials, and journalists traveling to the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic games. This futuristic intelligence-themed village has many high-tech systems to prevent the guests from coronavirus infections. One of such amusements is the food preparing and serving system. In the cafeteria, all seats are individualized by clear plastic boards. Rice and burgers are prepared by robots. Some food menu items like noodles are served from the ceiling by food lifts. Human interactions are deliberately minimized. Indeed, strict covid protocols are taking place in the 2022 Beijing Olympic and Paralympic Games in the midst of the Omicron surge around the world. However, unlike the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games, local spectators will be allowed to see the games on sites, thanks to the zero-tolerance policy.
After the games, the Olympic Village will become public housing for rent.
Enjoy watching the video to learn about how tightly Beijing Olympic Games are going to be held.