Belarusian athletes have started to arrive back in the country after visits to overseas Olympic training camps were temporarily suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A group of 20 athletes flew back to Belarus from an Olympic training camp in Kislovodsk in Russia, as reported by the Belarusian state-owned news agency BelTA.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, the athletes will be put into isolation for 14 days.
"The athletes arrived in Belarus from Domodedovo Airport this evening," said Andrei Gordeyev, the Belarusian athletics team coach.
"The group comprised 20 athletes.
"All of them feel well, but the athletes will be sent into a 14-day quarantine."
It is believed around 100 Belarusian athletes are at training camps abroad, with a second group of athletes flying in from Kislovodsk on Monday (April 6).
Preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games have been put on hold due to coronavirus, with athletes unable to train and qualifying events suspended.
The Games have subsequently been moved to 2021, with the Olympics scheduled for July 23 to August 8 and the Paralympics from August 24 to September 8.
Athletes who have already qualified will keep their place, with 72 Belarusian athletes across 15 sports set to compete so far.
Belarus has reported a total of 152 coronavirus cases, with its top football league not yet suspended in a move which has attracted a lot of attention.