Seventeen more people associated with the Tokyo Olympics have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total since the start of July to 276, games organizers said Monday.
None of the newly confirmed cases are athletes. Nine are contractors, six are games-related officials, one a volunteer and another a member of the media.
Six are from overseas while 11 are residents of Japan, the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics organizing committee said. None were staying at the athletes' village.
The figures exclude those announced by central and local governments in Japan.
The committee also said 41,458 people from abroad had entered Japan for the games as of Saturday.