Despite the virus being reactivated, the Scottish Government said it favored a limited number of visitors in the enclosures.
Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon paved the way for the public on Thursday to return to the stadiums from mid-September, “With limited viewership and physical distance”. “We hope that from 14 September, the stadium will be open, even though it will be with a limited number of spectators and with physical distance in place”, The head of government explained to Scottish MPs during their update on measures to fight Kovid-19, which takes place every three weeks.
Sports events as tests
“Some professional sports events will be able to welcome spectators – with the authority of the government – to test new security activities” He also added. Nicola Sturgeon, who also announced easing measures for cultural events or recreational sports, though missed it “Given the instability of the virus, there is a very real risk that some, or all, (Declaration of these measures), Be modified “.
In the last 24 hours, Scotland had recorded its highest number of new Kovid cases in nearly three months, with 77 positive tests, reaching 19,534 of known cases since the onset of the epidemic.
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