COVID in Poland is exploding (exponentially) and the meet hotel is not even a bubble (open lobby, outsiders allowed in) - your comments Rojo are very off base for a National Sport Organization who is responsible for the health of the athletes.
And if you think COVID doesn't impact athletes, see US olympic rowers getting slammed:
"“The narrative that has been going around in some places is that you won’t get the virus if you’re young and strong, or if you get it, it won’t be bad, but we’re perfect examples of how that is totally not true,” Regan said. She added: “Look what the virus still did to us. It knocked us down pretty hard.”
"The cases were categorized as mild, though some athletes dealt with complications for as many as 40 days, according to Wenger. "
"Regan, 32, said it took her a month to feel back to normal after she fell ill. More than three months later, she is still trying to get back into competitive shape, she said. That level of fitness was extremely high: Regan is a four-time world champion in her ninth year on the national team.
“I’ve never struggled like that before,” she said."
"For more than a week, Chase was sidelined in her host family’s house, barely able to even leave her bedroom. She said she couldn’t remember the last time she went eight days without working out. The team usually trains for four to seven hours a day, including two or three separate sessions.
“One day I tried to go for a walk and I made it maybe 30 seconds out the door before turning around,” she said. “I just couldn’t do it. The sun hurt my eyes so much that I couldn’t take it.”"
“I told them that the people that stay uninfected and get four-to-five training blocks in before Tokyo are the ones who will walk away with the medals,” Wenger said. “So that’s one big reason for them to take precautions extremely seriously, and they do.”