La Liga: Ministry of Health approves the usage of full capacity stadiums

The La Liga stadiums are bound to fill with fans all over the world as the Spanish Government has given the approval of 100% sitting capacity from the month of October.

On Wednesday, the Spanish Government and the ministry of health announced that all the La Liga stadiums are set to be packed with fans all over again after a decision taken by the Ministry of Health. There are still going to be taken care of the safety and protocols as per the rules set by the La Liga authorities. The need of wearing a mask is strictly made compulsory inside the stadium despite a packed entertainment stadium. Spain has been behind the likes of the UK in reducing restrictions on the back of the coronavirus pandemic which swift off the fans to indefinitely terminate them from entering the stadiums, which lead to games played behind closed doors only.

After seeing the images of the Premier League fans trying to fill up the entire stadium as per the matches conducted, it was brought to a sudden shock to the La Liga fans, as they had a very angry approach to this decision seeing the conditions in the UK. The Spanish league was looking forward to taking a formal decision considering the fans getting to support their teams live inside stadiums.

Restrictions of 40% was been temporarily allowed from the start of the season in Spain, while other regions like Italy and Germany further planned to restrict it to a minimum capacity in order to avoid any contact.

From the 1st of October, clubs up and down the country will be allowed to hold full stadiums only subject to the approval of the country’s regions. Despite welcoming of fully capacity stadiums, there are still compulsory restrictions, like the use of masks before entering the stadium and a ban on food consumption as well.

This news has been a huge set of relief for the fans as they can’t wait to come back to the stadiums to cheer for their favorite teams all over again.

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