In September, a pilot test of the return of the public was carried out in the duel between Argentina and Bolivia (Fotobaires)
The return to the “new normal” in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic will experience a new stage next weekend when the presence of spectators in the country’s soccer stadiums is officially enabled for the first time. While waiting to know the definitive requirements that would be published during the afternoon of Tuesday, the Minister of Tourism and Sports Matías Lammens confirmed that the attendees will be required to have at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.
“It will be 50% capacity, is what the Ministry of Health authorized. Surely today the details will be provided, the requirements that people are going to be asked to enter. Surely it will have to do with having at least one dose of vaccination and with some other issue, “said the official in dialogue with the program. From Here to More that is emitted by Urbana Play (FM104.3).
Lammens also clarified that there will be a 50% capacity allowed despite requests from the clubs to expand that capacity to 70% or 100%: “It will be 50% because the idea is that as the health situation continues improving as it is doing, increasing that capacity. But in principle 50% is fine because it allows another important step towards the new normal and also that there are no large crowds ”.
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