The return of the public to the stadiums from May 9 is still on the air despite LaLiga’s efforts to design a protocol that respects security measures.
‘El Partidazo’ of Cadena Cope revealed this Thursday the government’s reluctance for this to occur. According to the aforementioned media, in Health they are afraid that “the situation will get out of control”, especially because of the tightness of the competition, which will be decided in the last four days with the four teams above separated by two points.
Javier Tebas’s body had designed a protocol in which the mandatory mask and the safety distance of two meters would be imposed, with staggered entrances and exits to avoid crowds and the smoking ban and opening bars of the stadiums to avoid in any case that the assistants could momentarily lower the mask.
However, Health does not finish taking the step. To a large extent, they pointed in the aforementioned medium, the images leading up to the Copa del Rey finals, with fans crowding the streets Despite the absence of the public, they set a precedent that the Government wants to avoid.
The Basque Government has already shown its refusal to allow the fans to return since the fall of the Alarm State for the final stretch of the national championship, due to the high incidence of Covid infections.
At the moment, there is no official announcement by either party and everything seems to indicate that the return to the stadiums will have to wait until next season.