Wimbledon 2021, one thinks about the (partial) attendance of the public for the Grand Slam in London – OA Sport

The United Kingdom plans to restart. This is the intentions of the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Which is a time trial program related to the resumption of activities, including sports. The vaccine continues to be dispensed at a good speed and this is definitely a very convenient aspect of planning everything.

A four-stage journey that will begin on March 8th with return to schools with attendance. All of this is clearly linked to infection data, which is a discriminatory factor in the implementation of some initiatives. In this context, basic activities, from a sporting point of view, will be given priority and the time range will be as follows: from March 29 to outdoor activities and from April 12 to open swimming pools and gyms. Looking ahead, it must be borne in mind that in the English lands it will be hot summer for Wimbledon (28 June – 11 July), and for the European Football Championship, which will see Wembley in seventh place from 11 July. Matches: Three in the group stage, the eighth final, semi-finals and the final season.

The goal, then, is to reopen to the public as well, to a limited extent. However, it is imperative to understand the access rules that will be followed to ensure the safety of the community at The All England Club, which has a capacity of 42,000 spectators per day. It’s hard to make comparisons with what happened in Melbourne, but it is certainly the intentions of the government and tournament organizers to ensure an influx of fans, albeit not 100%.

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