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Grades 1 | Grade 2
Grade 3 (only Olympic Qualifying Listed)
As at 21 December 2020

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The Badminton World Federation (BWF) has successfully completed a review process of the BWF Tournament Calendar for 2021, as well as procedures for reopening the BWF World Rankings and vital information related to qualification and seedings for the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
BWF can also announce a COVID-19 Support Package for tournament hosts that provides financial assistance and details cost relieving initiatives to ensure tournaments can continue to be part of the HSBC BWF World Tour and BWF Tour in 2021.
These decisions were ratified at the recent BWF Council Session, with numerous Member Association hosts consulted during the confirmation process.The new-look BWF Tournament Calendar 2021 sees a number of tournaments postponed from Q1 and Q2, and a handful of Grade 2 tournaments cancelled.
BWF Tournament Calendar 2021 for Q1 and Q2

CONTENTS
1.0 INTRODUCTION 1
2.0 GLOSSARY 3
3.0 TESTING PLAN 4
3.1 Venue Accreditation Zones 4
3.2 Accreditation Groups 5
3.3 Accreditation Card Design 8
3.4 Testing Procedure 8
3.5 Testing Strategy 8
3.6 Test Method (Subject to Further Confirmation) 10
4.0 NEW MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL BWF MAJOR
CHAMPIONSHIPS AND HSBC BWF WORLD TOUR HOSTS 11
5.0 GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR HOSTS 15
5.1 General 15
5.2 Organisation 16
5.3 Players’ Facilities 18
5.4 Field of Play (FOP) 21
5.5 Media 22
5.6 Other 26
6.0 MANAGING POSITIVE / SUSPECTED COVID-19 CASES 27
7.0 BREACHES OF COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS 28

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Badminton World Federation (BWF) in collaboration with Special Olympics International (SOI) has published their Global Development Strategy to grow badminton and provide meaningful opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities to be involved in all aspects of badminton. This follows the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding in 2019 between the two organisations.

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