A Lithuanian Olympic swimmer suspected of being infected with coronavirus has been confirmed negative following the last of a series of tests on Saturday, according to the city hosting the Lithuanian delegation to the Tokyo Games.

After arriving in Japan on Wednesday, the male swimmer in his 30s tested positive for COVID-19 following a polymerase chain reaction test on Friday. A second test, however, came up negative.

His COVID-19 status was determined after undergoing the third test on Saturday, said officials of the city of Hiratsuka in Kanagawa Prefecture, the host of the delegation's pre-games camp.

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