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Nicola Sturgeon Delivers Setback
There was a provisional date of September 14 to bring supporters back into stadiums, but with the "virus accelerating" across Scotland, it has been pushed back.

There was a provisional date of September 14 to bring supporters back into stadiums, but with the "virus accelerating" across Scotland, it has been pushed back.

However, two Premiership test events will still go ahead as planned this weekend to trial the return of fans.

A maxinum of 300 home supporters will be in attendace for Ross County vs Celtic and Aberdeen vs Kilmarnock.

Sturgeon said: "I can confirm that it is the Scottish Government's judgement that we cannot at this stage risk the further transmission of Covid that reopening further facilities and services would entail.

A maxinum of 300 home supporters will be in attendace for Ross County vs Celtic and Aberdeen vs Kilmarnock.

Sturgeon said: "I can confirm that it is the Scottish Government's judgement that we cannot at this stage risk the further transmission of Covid that reopening further facilities and services would entail.

"The new indicative date for their resumption is Monday 5 October, however I must stress again that this remains an indicative date, a final decision can only be taken much nearer the time.



Posted by voc1967 on Thursday 10 September 2020 - 12:36:51 | Comments (0)  |  printer friendly
 
 
 
 
 
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