The World Health Organization (WHO) has called for the number of coronavirus infections to be closely monitored after soccer matches in the European Football Championship. Because of the large groups of people coming to the cities where matches are played, traveling to those locations and backtracking in European countries, the number of infections could increase by 10 percent.
According to the World Health Organization, the decline in the number of infections in Europe has clearly stopped during the past ten weeks. A new wave of injuries will be inevitable if football fans, among others, lose their vigilance. According to the World Health Organization, the European Championship will likely become the so-called super distributor event.
British football fans traveling to Italy to watch Saturday’s match against Ukraine will be denied entry to the Rome stadium, even if they have a ticket. This was reported by the Italian Embassy in London. “Anyone who has been in the UK in the past 14 days, regardless of their nationality or place of residence, will not be allowed to enter the stadium,” the statement said.
Today, German Interior Minister Seehofer strongly criticized UEFA. He says UEFA’s way of arranging spectator access to European Championship matches is irresponsible.
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