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UEFA Super cup: Bayern to face Sevilla in front of spectators

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UEFA Super Cup Final, in which Champions League winner, Bayern Munich will take on Europa League champions Spanish Sevilla FC, scheduled for 9 O’clock on Thursday, will be the first European match to be held in front of spectators since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, as a “pilot test” for UEFA for bringing back fans to stadiums. Although special measures accompany the match to ensure the safety of both spectators and citizens, many said that it poses a serious pandemic risk.

  Special measures for safety of both spectators and Hungarian citizens.

  Only 30% of the 67,215-seat Puskás Aréna will be filled by fans, with 3,000 tickets available for the supporters of each of the finalists. All spectators will have their temperatures checked before entering the stadium. Wearing a mask will be obligatory when entering the stadium and for moving around inside, while it will be recommended when seated, in addition to the usage of hand sanitizers and adherence to the physical distancing rules.

  All ticket holders will be subject to mandatory health checks upon entering the country and will have to present a negative coronavirus test no older than 72 hours. Fans from Germany and Spain will be transported separately in order to avoid contact with others while traveling, approaching, or leaving the stadium.

  Fans experiencing any of the symptoms of coronavirus, or if their COVID test came back positive at least 14 days prior to the game, or have been in contact with an infected person, will be denied entry to the stadium. In these cases, UEFA will refund the tickets.

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