International Boxing Association (AIBA) Interim President Mohamed Moustahsane has asked the medical commission to investigate if more cases came from the European Olympic qualifier in London after six people contracted COVID-19 at the event.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) had been criticised for allowing the European Olympic boxing qualifier to go ahead after three boxers and three officials from the Turkish and Croatian teams tested positive for COVID-19 in London.
In a statement, Moustahsane said, "I feel sorrow for boxers and coaches from Turkey and Croatia who were tested positive for coronavirus after the Olympic Qualifiers in London.
"I hope they can get well soon with no complications to continue their career.
"I’ve asked the Medical Commission to investigate if there are more cases from London."
Of the three boxers who tested positive, two are Turkish and one is Croatian.
Moustahsane has also said the organisation will wait until the new dates for the Tokyo Olympics are confirmed before they schedule their calendar for 2021.
It comes after the Games were postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic with the rumoured rescheduled date set for the summer of 2021 instead.
He also said that most planning is in place, but have asked for information on the new date of the Games in the "shortest possible time".
"We've started a reform process in AIBA and have reached the agreement with sponsors and with cities to host major AIBA competitions and now the most important task at hand is how to reschedule it due to the new Olympic schedule," said Moustahsane.
"It is no easy process not only for host cities but also for athletes and their preparation.
"Therefore, we cannot wait too long to have the new dates of the Olympics 2020."
The AIBA Executive Committee are set to discuss these important topics in a teleconference tomorrow.