The League | Spain reduced capacity to 75 percent in football stadiums

The Interterritorial Council of the Spanish National Health System announced on Wednesday new measures for the coronavirus, among which Spain reduced the capacity by 75 percent in the LaLiga and Second Division football stadiums.

“A maximum outdoor capacity of 75 percent is established for open areas and a maximum capacity of up to 50 percent in closed areas, respecting the mandatory use of masks, neither eating nor smoking,” explained Carolina Darias, Minister of Health , at a press conference.

In addition, the Autonomous Communities will have the power to leave the maximum of 75 percent or reduce it even more in open-air shows and the same with 50 percent in closed spaces.

In fact, Mallorca has already announced sold-out tickets for Sunday’s game against Barcelona, ​​with compliance with the new measure.

Spain reduced capacity
Spain reduced the capacity.

And today Real Madrid officially announced the infections of four of its first team players: goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, midfielder Federico Valverde, and forwards Eduardo Camaving and Vinicius Junior. Next Sunday the Merengue team will visit Getafe, on the 19th. LaLiga date.

Spain, like all of Europe, faces the fourth wave of coronavirus driven by the Omicron variant, with 99,671 on Tuesday.

SOURCE: Télam.

Shubham Bangwal

Shubham Bangwal Senior Journalist at People News Chronicle whose Special interest is in Politics, Crime, Entertainment and Technology news.

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