The Qatari organizers said on Saturday that The Club World Cup will be displayed with strict rules/regulations to fight the spread of Covid-19, which will also remains closed for overseas fans.
During a media briefing in Doha, Abdulwahab al-Musleh, the sports affairs advisor to Qatar’s health ministry said that, “For maximum 72 hours before each match fans will have to undergo rapid PCR/antigen tests, if it testes negative they will be allowed to receive their tickets.” he also added that Social distancing, mas wearing, use of Qatar’s contract tracing app and using sanitizer wii be compulsory for fans.
This time there will be no public events including fan zones and because of the reduction in Qatar’s viruses, International fans will not be able to attend.
In the past week with 59.5 new cases per 100,000 people Qatar’s Covid cases are steadily marking up.
Auckland city withdrew form February’s tournament on January 15 because of Covid and other quarantine rules required by New Zealand authorities.
FIFA said that, “ it would work with Qatari authorities to provide the safeguards required to protect the health and safety of everyone involved in the competiton.”
Recently the matches is going to held at Qatar’s inaugurated Ahmad Bin Ali and Education City Stadiums.