COVID-19 cases in fans before Wales vs. Denmark

In total, nine fans present at the Denmark vs. Belgium of June 17, six more than those registered at first, are affected by the Delta variant; as well as four other people who attended the Denmark vs. Russia, June 21. (See also: Delta variant spread raises alarms of possible new wave of global contagion).

“It is recommended that all spectators in Grandstand B of the Parken Stadion in the Denmark vs. Russia on Monday, June 21, will have a PCR ‘test’, ”the agency for patient safety said on Twitter, which had launched a first call to undergo the test after the first cases of the Delta variant were discovered in Denmark vs. Belgium.

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“We were always prepared to see isolated cases of infection related to football matches. Eurocup. There is a risk when a lot of people get together“, Indicated the director of the agency, Anette Lykke Petri.

At the forefront of case sequencing, Denmark, which currently counts about 200 cases a day for 5.8 million inhabitants, recommends the close contact isolation up to second degree when it comes to the Delta variant.

But, according to the sanitary rules in force, the simple presence in a tribune where a case was detected, does not require strict quarantine.

On Tuesday, the WHO expressed concern about the relaxation of restrictions in some host countries of the Eurocopa 2020 that is based in 11 different cities of the old continent.

The Danish national team will face Wales on Saturday in Amsterdam in the round of 16 of the Eurocup. About 4,400 of the 16,000 locations available at the Johan Cruyff Arena are reserved for Danish fans.



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