Sports Minister Nigel Huddleston said he is “very satisfied” with the Premier League stadium running at maximum capacity at the start of the new season.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the end of all blockade restrictions from July 19th. This move will provide a huge boost for football clubs across the UK, which have either had no fans or received numbers since March last year. Strict restrictions.
Huddleston said that the impressive vaccination promotion is the key to another step towards normality-adding that the return of fans in the stadium will help kick-start the economy.
When asked about the fans returning with maximum capacity, Haddleston told Sky Sports News: “I am very satisfied with this.
“I am satisfied with this because the vast majority of the British public will be vaccinated, which will have a huge impact.
“This does not mean that you can be immunized. People still need to stay sane. If you have symptoms, please do not go out and continue testing. If you are detected, you must self-isolate.
“So we still have certain systems and preventive measures to minimize the risks there. But we have reached this stage, and given the incredible sacrifices made by everyone in the country, it is time to start returning Life is more normal.
“As the Prime Minister said,’If we can’t open up now, when we have achieved such success in the vaccination program, when can we open up?’
“We need people to go out. We need sporting events to start, not only because they elevate the mood of the country, but they employ hundreds of thousands of people and are the main economic contributor to the British economy.
“NHS, our schools, our roads-they can only get paid for the taxes paid by economic activities. We need to make the economy work again, and people need to be free again.
“In the past few months and a year, we have imposed restrictions out of necessity, but now it is definitely time to save the benefits because of the sacrifices and the great success of the vaccination program.”