England fans will not need to present a stadium vaccination certificate | sports

England fans will not need to present a stadium vaccination certificate |  sports

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Posted on 09/22/2021 5:35 PM

The 20 clubs competing in the English Championship decided, this Wednesday, after a meeting, not to request a certificate of vaccination for fans who buy tickets for matches in the competition, as entry will continue to be allowed from submitting a test with a negative result for Covid-19.

It was also agreed that a vaccination passport would be mandatory only if the number of Covid-19 cases increased in the UK. Currently, to watch a Premier League match, a fan can submit, along with the ticket, proof of a complete vaccination course or a negative antigen test, which the government offers free of charge.

In doing so, the 100% occupancy of the stadiums’ stands was launched, in competition matches, as well as in national cups and continental championships.

Another point made in the meeting is that in the 2022/2023 season, the Premier League will stop on November 12, 2022 and will return on December 26 due to the dispute over the World Cup in Qatar. Athletes will be able to present themselves for their teams one week before the start of the World Cup and will have ten days of rest after the tournament ends.

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