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Beijing Olympics tickets will not be publicly sold due to COVID-19

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Beijing 2022 will become the first city to host both the Summer and Winter Games. The Games will take place in a COVID-safe "bubble" system which will only be accessible to participants. Organizers have announced that tickets for the Games will not be sold to the general public.
10 months ago·Beijing, China

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Beijing Winter Olympics tickets will not be publicly sold due to COVID-19

More sports News: Tickets for the Winter Olympics set to begin on Feb. 4 will be distributed to "targeted" groups of people and will not be sold to the general public,

10 months ago·Mumbai, India
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No general ticket sale for Winter Games

Organisers of this year's Winter Olympics in Beijing have cancel plans to sell tickets to the general public as part of strict Covid-19 restrictions in the Chinese capital.

10 months ago·United Kingdom
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China Cancels Plans to Sell 2022 Winter Olympics Tickets to Public: Organisers

China cancelled plans to sell tickets to the public for the Winter Olympics in Beijing and will allow only invitees to view the action.

10 months ago·India
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Beijing Olympics tickets will not be publicly sold due to COVID-19

BEIJING - Tickets for the Winter Olympics set to begin on Feb. 4 will be distributed to "targeted" groups of people and will not be sold to the general public, the organising committee said on Monday, in the latest setback to the Games inflicted by COVID-19. Organisers had said in September that there would not be any international spectators at the Games, under COVID-19 prevention

10 months ago·United Kingdom
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Winter Olympics tickets will not be sold as China seeks to contain Covid

Tickets will instead by distributed to chosen groups amid first reported locally transmitted cases of Omicron Tickets to the Beijing Winter Olympics will not be sold to the general public, but distributed to “targeted” groups, organisers have announced, in China’s latest attempt to control the spread of the highly-infectious Omicron Covid variant.Beijing reported its first locally transmitted Omicron case over the weekend, piling renewed pressur…

10 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Increasing COVID concerns force Olympic organizers to restrict ticket sales

Tickets for the Beijing Olympics will be distributed to "targeted" groups of people and will not be sold to the general public, the organizing committee said on Monday, in the latest setback to the Games inflicted by COVID-19.

10 months ago·Canada
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