The Premier League imposes strict measures to curb the outbreak of the Corona virus

The Premier League imposes strict measures to curb the outbreak of the Corona virus

The English Premier League decided today, Tuesday, to tighten the measures of the anti-coronavirus protocol.

It imposed two antibody tests on players and club workers daily, in addition to two PCR swabs per week, in order to limit the spread of infections.

This measure came after the League announced that there were 42 infected cases last week, which is the largest result since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak in March of last year, and the return of football.

And the increase in the numbers infected with the Omicron mutator in Britain moved to the English Premier League clubs, respectively, after the clubs of Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Brighton & Hove Albion, Leicester City, Norwich City, and Aston Villa announced positive cases among their ranks.

The most serious case was within the ranks of “Spurs”, whose matches against Stade Rennes in the French League of the European Conference, and Brighton in the Premier League, were postponed, after there were 8 cases infected with “Covid-19”.

The Brinkford match against Man United today was also postponed, after a number of injuries appeared in the ranks of the “Red Devils”, which forced officials to close the first team facilities for 24 hours.

The association also decided to tighten the procedures for social separation, the wearing of masks, and the duration of stay indoors.

With regard to the fans, they will have to show certificates of receiving the vaccine, or proof of negative swab in order to enter the stadiums, in line with the directives of the British government.

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