Spain’s health minister, Salvador Illa, has made clear that fans in stadia is not a priority at this moment in time when the number of coronavirus cases keep on increasing.
The health minister Salvador Illa has given comments to ‘El Mon a RAC1’ in which he has made clear that fans attending matches in stadia is not a priority.
Illa says that in these moments, with the number of coronavirus cases increasing, allowing fans back to football grounds would not be the right thing to do.
“Given the current situation, spectators attending football matches is something we can do without,” Illa said, despite UEFA allowing European competition matches to be played at 30% capacity providing local authorities allow it.
“The build up of people at the entrances and exits mean it’s not recommendable,” Illa concluded.