Quarantine imposed on those entering the UK risks disrupting plans
The Covid pandemic is not giving up, and with the emergence of variable delta cases in the UK, among the imposed quarantines and access bans, there are also those who are supposed to Euro 2020 I can see The semi-finals and finals were moved from WembleyHe said: “There is always a contingency plan but we are confident that last week it will be in London”UEFA Through the spokesperson. Plan B that could move the semi-finals and finals to Budapest, where there are no restrictions on travelers in the Schengen area.
The British newspaper The Times has relaunched the hypothesis that UEFA is negotiating with the British government so that 2,500 VIPs, on the occasion of the semi-finals and final of Euro 2020, will be allowed into British soil. Without the need to comply with a 10-day quarantineimposed by UK protocols. Otherwise, the English newspaper Uefa has always reported, that the semi-finals and finals can be moved to Budapest, as there are no restrictions on travelers in the Schengen area.
Meanwhile the Capacity in Wembley will increase by at least 50% for matches Euro 2020 knockout stage. UEFA announced this: “At the moment – reads the note – we are discussing with local authorities to try to allow fans of participating teams to attend matches, using strict testing and a bubble meaning they stay in the UK will be less than 24 hours and movement will be limited to authorized vehicles and venues. “.
Premier Johnson: “A reasonable accommodation for UEFA guests in London”
Public health remains the priority, but the Prime Minister Boris Johnson He promised that he would seek “reasonable arrangements” for the large European Union delegation expected in the last matches of the European Championship to be held in London. A statement confirming what has been leaked in the past few hours, according to which the British government is considering granting a special exemption from the 10-day quarantine obligation to about 2,500 guests from UEFA – including sporting directors, media, sponsors and political authorities – as an MP. The reverse is provided to anyone arriving in the UK from any European country, except for Gibraltar and Iceland.
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