Pok\u00e9mon Go fans frantically attempting to acquire 7-kilometer eggs before June 8 no longer have to worry about missing their chance to capture Galarian Pok\u00e9mon. Alolan and Galarian Pok\u00e9mon will be in the primary egg pool for 7-kilometer eggs after the Champion Throwback Challenge event period ends until further notice. During the Throwback Challenge 2020 Champion event, those who have access to the unique research project will receive exclusive chances to capture Galarian Pok\u00e9mon, featured in the Pok\u00e9mon Sword and Shield games. Galarian Stunfisk was the only available Pok\u00e9mon roaming the wild, while the others were exclusively in 7-kilometer eggs. Galarian Pok\u00e9mon were initially only going to be available from June 3 to 8. Now, announced on the Pok\u00e9mon Go blog, Niantic is extending the availability until further notice. All 7-kilometer eggs acquired after June 8 at 1:00pm in your local timezone will have a chance to be one of these Pok\u00e9mon: Galarian MeowthGalarian ZigzagoonGalarian DarumakaGalarian StunfiskAlolan SandshrewAlolan VulpixAlolan DiglettAlolan MeowthAlolan GeodudeAlolan Grimer While the Alolan Pok\u00e9mon do limit the chances for trainers to add a Galarian Pok\u00e9mon to their collection, it removes the time-limited event. While these Pok\u00e9mon will not be available inside of 7-kilometer eggs forever, it does help remove the time crunch for players who may have felt they did not have enough time to take advantage of the available Galarian Pok\u00e9mon. To receive 7-kilometer eggs, you need to accept and receive gifts from other trainers on your friend list. Niantic will announce when these Pok\u00e9mon are no longer available, and another array of special Pok\u00e9mon will appear inside of these eggs. You won't need to hatch the during the event, or after, but you do need to receive the egg during the time for it to have one of the previously listed Pok\u00e9mon.