Over the successive falls in the number of patients being treated for the coronavirus in intensive care, France déconfine. And therefore the sport. While professional seasons have been halted, and that many clubs have already resumed training for the next season, the prime minister announced that the activities of sports will once again be allowed to leave on Monday.
The sports of combat, not before September
It will therefore be possible once again to non-professionals – professionals who already have the opportunity to lead – to resume football, rugby, basketball, handball, volleyball and other sports. The everything, is always “with prevention measures adapted to the different categorical of the activities concerned”. In contrast, combat sports will have to wait. “The combat sports remain prohibited. Their situation will be reviewed before the start of September,” says the government.
Re-evaluation in mid-July for a relaxation
An ad that is not coming alone. The other good news for the world of sport, it is the imminent return of the public in the stadiums. The prime minister also announces a re-opening of stadiums and racetracks with a gauge to maximum of 5,000 people from 11 July. The stands will not be full. But any friendly matches in preparation or even the resumption of the championships could so know a few cheers.
Roland-Garros, scheduled from 27 September, which could even play in front of more people still. “The gauge of a maximum of 5,000 people for large events, stadiums and entertainment venues is, in principle, in force until 1 September. A new review of the epidemiological situation national will be conducted mid-July to decide whether a relaxation is possible for the second part of the month of August,” says