The Minister of the area maintains that currently he would not suggest the presence of the fans in La Liga since September.
Salvador Illa, Minister of Health of the Government of Spain, analyzed the possible return of the public to football stadiums with the start of the 2020/2021 season. However, he was not very hopeful in this regard, although he also clarified that we must wait to see how the pandemic behaves.
“We are going to wait for the development of events. It is a decision that the CSD (Superior Council of Sports) will have to make, having listened to the Autonomous Communities, the organizers of the competitions and the Ministry of Health. If the decision had to be made, Today I do not see it, but we will see how things evolve and the CSD will make the decision, “he told El Partidazo of Cope and Radio Marca.
The official also expressed his concern about the possible celebrations of the fans if Real Madrid is the league champion, this Thursday or Sunday. “Yes, I am concerned. It is normal for fans to want to celebrate their team winning LaLiga, but we are in a situation where the virus, although we have managed to control it with a lot of effort, continues to live with us. We must act with great caution “There is no fear of the virus, but we must have respect for it. We have seen these weeks situations that do not correspond to the epidemiological situation in our country, and therefore the concern is to avoid concentrations on public roads.”
Also, the Minister denied that currently the match between Barcelona and Napoli is in danger of suspension. “The situation in Catalonia is worrying, we are closely following it, but for the moment the celebration of Barça-Napoli, which is also behind closed doors, is not in danger,” he recalled.
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