The match in the round of 1/8 Champions League round was investigated on suspicion of the cause of the spread of Covid-19 in England.
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According to the Daily Mail, the Liverpool city council has launched an investigation into the match for the round of 1/8 The Champions League 201920 between Liverpool and Atletico Madrid, took place on March 12 (Vietnam time) because of the involvement of the Covid-19 outbreak.
The match between Liverpool and Atletico in the second round of the Champions League round 1/8 was investigated on suspicion of causing the outbreak of Covid-19
Reportedly, among 52,000 fans who came to Anfield to cheer, 3,000 were from the “Spanish” outbreak. 10 days later, the British Government announced that it would ban sports activities but could not prevent Covid-19 from spreading. As of April 25, the “fog country” became the most heavily affected country with more than 143,000 infections and 19,500 deaths. In Liverpool alone, this number is 1,250 cases, more than 270 deaths.
Therefore, the mayor of Liverpool – John Anderson authorized the University of Liverpool and John Moores University to investigate the possibility of the Liverpool match – Atletico was the cause of the outbreak in the city.
A Liverpool city council spokesman said: “The city council, in collaboration with Liverpool University and John Moores University, conducted an investigation into the impact of the Liverpool – Atletico match on March 12 to the spread of Covid-19. The National Health Service (NHS) of Council and partners is also evaluating the severity, but due to the priority of the epidemic, we have not been able to give time to complete the process. specific investigation “.
Earlier this month, Matthew Ashton, NHS director of the Liverpool city council, also confirmed the increase in Covid-19 cases in the UK stemming from the match, and fierce criticism of the British Government for allowing matches. The match took place.
The match attracted 52,000 people to the stadium cheering, of which 3,000 people from the “Covid-19” Spain.
“If the Covid-19 spread is a direct result of a sporting event that should have been banned (referring to the Liverpool – Atletico match) then it is really scandalous. We need to investigate to find out.” see whether Atletico fans are pathogens because the city of Madrid is one of the Covid-19 hotspots.
Spain banned all gatherings, but 3,000 fans still came to the UK to watch football and possibly spread the virus to us. The government is responsible for the decision not to postpone the match “.
Liverpool – Atletico was the last peak match to take place in England before the football tournament was postponed because of Covid-19. As a result, “Red Brigade” received a defeat of 2-3 (total score 2-4 after 2 matches) and officially became the former Champions League king.
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