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UEFA does not rule out an increase in Covid-19 cases

UEFA medical advisor Daniel Koch does not rule out that due to the celebration of the European Cup, the number of cases related to covid-19 will increase. “The possibility that the event could lead to a local increase in the number of cases cannot be ruled out, but this will apply not only to football matches, but also to any kind of situations that are now permitted as part of the measures. The relevant local authorities have taken ” the athlete.

The World Health Organization (WHO) was the last to announce the increase in infections produced by the Eurocup. Asked if the tournament was a vector of a massive swell of the virus, Hans Kluge, the director of the World Health Organization in Europe, remained cautious: “I hope it will not happen, but it cannot be ruled out either.”

Meanwhile, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi have questioned UEFA’s plan to hold the final three matches of the tournament at Wembley Stadium. In addition, German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer called UEFA on Thursday “totally irresponsible” for allowing large crowds into stadiums.

despite the pressures, UEFA does not plan to put an immediate end to the tournamentAll remaining matches of Euro 2020 will be played according to schedule.

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