Reporters were banned to participate in the matches of the Ukrainian Premier League
The first Vice-President of Ukrainian Association football (UAF) Vadim Kostyuchenko described who can attend the remaining matches of the Ukrainian Premier League this season.
“The matches will be without audience. The people who will be present at the stadiums – it’s the gamers, coaches, physicians, referees, observers arbitration, heads and representatives of football clubs, Premier League and main matches repeaters, along with representatives of VAR.
In addition, the matches will be gone to by representatives of EMERCOM and medicine. Officials at the match need to be up to 200 people.
When it comes to journalism, the playoffs personels will be just representatives of the official translator and clubs. The press box will not. Likewise, the matches will not be moms and dads, other family members, better halves of players.
The primary thing – to start. Then anticipate the situation to enhance with the coronavirus and the gradual easing of the quarantine, in specific the expanded journalists ‘access to the stadiums” – estimated Kostyuchenko meta-ratings. com.ua.
“The referees and observers of arbitration already evaluated for coronavirus. The judges passed all the tests. All the players were evaluated before the training camp and training procedure. To date, no one had any traces or contacts of coronavirus. The Protocol referees and players will be evaluated every 2 weeks.
Also agreed that if someone from players will be revealed by a coronavirus, then decide whether it will be for individual medical Protocol. Will address the question of isolation of the player and will decide how much could be exposed to team infection. But because of a single event, the team will not withdraw from the championship”, – stressed the official.