ANDl March 8, 2020 a Kirolbet Baskonia-Iberostar Tenerife became the last game with public in the stands. Today, 437 days and a pandemic later, the Endesa League will recover that much desired image during this strange season: the fans will return to the stands. It will be in the Monbus Obradoiro -UCAM MUrcia clash in Santiago de Compostela, the first of the matches of the last two days of the ACB that will have an audience, as confirmed on Monday by the Minister of Culture and Sports, Jose Manuel Rodriguez Uribes, during the presentation ceremony of the women’s basketball team.
At the moment not all teams will have the support of their fans. Entry will only be allowed in those autonomous communities that are at alert level 1. In this case, the measure would affect the Valencian Community, Region of Murcia and Galicia. Or what is the same, only fans of Monbus Obradoiro, Valencia Basket and UCAM Murcia, as well as the Morabanc Andorra because it is another country.
Among the security measures that will be applied is the maximum capacity, which will be 25% of the capacity of the pavilions and that will never exceed 1,500 people. In addition, pre-assigned sites with a spacing of 1.5 meters and no the public will not be able to move during the event. The consumption of food and beverages (except water that will be provided in the venue) will not be allowed during the event. Y The use of a FFP2 mask without a valve will be required for attendees. It will therefore be a very restricted round, but it will be a first step towards the new normal.
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