After a 100 days of suspension when the English football competition Premier League resume in the next week players will not need to wear face masks arriving at stadiums, in dressing room or on the substitute bench.
The stadiums have been divided in to three zones red, amber and green to reduce the risk of spreading the Coronavirus. As matches will be conducted in empty stadiums will be limited to around 3000 people who will have their temperatures checked on arrival.
The suspended season will be start on Wednesday with a match between Aston Villa and Sheffield United.
Only 110 people will be allowed in the Red Zone in the vicinity of the playground, and will be required to return a negative COVID-19 test in the last five days as part of a medical passport that the bar code will see before scanning. Registered. These include goal-line and video replay techniques for players, coaches, medical staff, match officers, pitch technicians and Hawk-Eye personnel.
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The Bundesliga had a familiar view of the masked coaching staff and coaching staff since the resumption last month, but this week the rule was lifted and the Premier League would adopt the same resting manner.
But players will be asked where possible to maintain social distancing in dressing room, entering the field, during warm ups and also during goal celebration.
On the match day, team will arrived through plane. And, hotels can be used by teams even they remain closed to England’s public.
Players will keep distance from the media. The amber zone in the stadiums will include media and club officials who will not require virus testing, while the green zone is the outer union.
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