Two new cases with COVID-19 in the Premier League

The Premier League has announced that two new cases of COVID-19 have been registered in tests performed over the last seven days.

The two new cases resulted from 1,599 tests done from Monday last week, to this Monday.

This proves that the English league protocol is succeeding and things are normalizing, with fans expected to return to the stadiums in May, on the day even when the edition closes.

About ten thousand fans will be able to enter the stadiums with large capacity, while in the smaller ones up to four thousand.

Clubs are adhering to the rules set for coronavirus and this has led to significantly reduced cases of infection.

The Premier League will probably be present in the 2021/22 edition as well, as the vaccination of the population for the world pandemic has already started. /Telegraph/

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