Despite the spread of coronavirus across Europe, EURO 2020’s schedule will not be revised, says UEFA to Anadolu Agency
In the recent past, coronaviruses have spread throughout the world. Many famous sports competitions have been affected by it and forced to delay. Yesterday, the UEFA organization claimed that the EURO 2020 competition will be held as usual and will not change the competition schedule.
UEFA, the European football governing body, said that currently, there is no need to change the planned EURO 2020 schedule as the deadly coronavirus continues to spread in Europe.
“The EURO 2020 will kick off in Rome on June 12, 2020. At present, there is no need to change the planned timeline.”, the organization told Anadolu in an email response.
“The UEFA takes the situation related to coronavirus very seriously, and we are closely monitoring the situation and on world health issues regarding coronavirus and its development,” said UEFA in an email. Organizations keep in touch with national authorities. “.
The 2020 European Cup finals will be held from June 12 to July 12 in 12 different countries in Europe and Azerbaijan. This is the first time in the history of this European Cup.
The first match of the 2020 European Cup will be held at the Rome Olympic Stadium, where Turkey and Italy will be held.
Italy has become the European country most affected by the coronavirus epidemic, with the death toll rising to 194 and a total of 7,375 confirmed cases.
The Italian Football Association recently decided that the first division will have no fans before April 3.
UEFA previously announced that due to the threat of a coronavirus outbreak, two games organized by UEFA, Valencia vs. Atlanta (League Round 16 of the UEFA Champions League second round) and Inter Milan against Getafe (League Round of UEFA Champions League Round 1 The contest will be held in secret.
Coronavirus Disease Trends
According to data from a data collection site “WorldMeter”, this new coronavirus (officially known as COVID-19) has infected more than 110,000 people worldwide.
The global death toll has risen to 3,831, including 3,120 people in China who had the first virus outbreak in Wuhan last December.
Outside China, the virus has killed many people, including 366 in Italy, 194 in Iran, 53 in South Korea, and 22 in the United States.
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Source: Muhammed Enes Calli