The positive tests were reported at least one week before the opening ceremony, as coronavirus cases continue to surge in Japan.
Both emergency medical technicians were uninjured and the patient was taken to the hospital by another ambulance.
As the Supreme Court Prepares to Hear a Case That May Challenge Roe, Democrats Revisit Kavanaugh Allegations
The Democrats, led by Sens. Sheldon Whitehouse and Chris Coons, raised questions about the FBI's probe into Brett Kavanaugh.
Biden Administration's 'Hasty' Afghanistan Withdrawal Prompts Bipartisan Bill Aimed at Protecting Allies
The ALLIES Act, which passed 407-16, allows for nearly 8,000 more American visas for people who worked with American troops.
The U.S. doled out $1.49 billion from January through May and $1.5 billion in June to low-income renters nationwide.
Biden Administration Reportedly Reverses Course: It Will Keep Border-Related Health Order from the Trump Era for Now
Border officials encountered nearly 190,000 migrants in June and over 100,000 of those were rapidly expelled under Title 42.
If lawmakers do not reach an agreement on raising the limit, the government could undergo its third shutdown in less than four years
President Joe Biden has frequently drawn criticism from his fellow Catholics for championing abortion-friendly policies.
The release of the report comes after President Joe Biden accused China on Monday of sponsoring cyberattacks around the world.
Pentagon Hires Company to See Whether Military Bases Are Looking at 'White Supremacist Disinformation': Report
The contractor is using data to learn which military branches and bases have the most troops searching for domestic extremist content.