Covid: British officials reveal the amount of pollution in Euro 2020

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Supporters at Wembley in London during the Euro 2020 final between England and Italy on July 11, 2021

Coronavirus – Thousands of people are infected with Govt-19 at the Euro 2020 final on July 11 at Wembley Stadium in London.

According to This information was released by the British Government on Friday 20 August, Nearly 2,300 people were infected at or around the stadium during the match that saw Italy win against England. As a result, 3,400 people in the area were affected during the meeting, according to the study.

The study, conducted jointly by the UK Department of Culture and Public Health, revealed that 9,402 positive Govt tests were identified from fans during the competition.

“Respect the rules”

In their press release, Government services However, I hope this shows that large events can be held safely as long as participants are vigilant. They specifically argue that the levels of this pollution do not exceed the spread of the virus in the country during competition.

“These statements make clear the need not to compromise our safety. We must all adhere to the advice that comes with important events to ensure the safety of all, and that everyone can safely enjoy these important occasions,” said Lord Bethel.

The authors of the study, however, concluded that England’s progress until the end of the tournament posed “a significant risk to public health throughout the United Kingdom” and that this was “even when England were playing abroad”.

In this regard, they particularly note that the Wimbledon match, which involved more than 300,000 people, generated only 881 cases. One difference was explained to them by the “behavior of the spectators”, while the final match of the euro led to large and irregular crowds, but infiltrated the stadium.

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