isinfection pods and vaccine passports aren’t anticipated for use for the Euro 2020 video games at Hampden this summer season, Scotland’s nationwide medical director has mentioned.
Nevertheless Professor Jason Leitch mentioned followers can count on to see measures reminiscent of bodily distancing throughout the stadium.
The Scottish Authorities has given approval for 12,000 spectators to be within the stadium – 25% of its capability – for the video games in June.
Talking on the coronavirus briefing on Thursday, Prof Leitch mentioned: “The element has nonetheless to be labored out however I believe I can already let you know there shall be no disinfection pods, I don’t anticipate disinfection pods and I additionally don’t anticipate vaccine passports for outside occasions at Hampden.
“I believe there shall be some what we name non-pharmaceutical interventions in place, I think about there shall be distanced queuing, I think about we’ll management public transport in another way from how we do it, and folks shall be distanced within the stadium, so tickets shall be distributed in teams if we handle to get to that time the place we’ve received 12,000 individuals within the stadium.”
He mentioned choices about face coverings are nonetheless to be made, and that Uefa guidelines in addition to Scottish rules have to be thought of.
Prof Leitch mentioned: “Twenty-five per cent permits you to do fairly good distancing, not fairly two metres on each step however excellent distancin,g and there shall be choices made about face coverings.
“A few of that shall be for Scottish guidelines, so should you come to Scotland and go to a soccer recreation in Scotland we’re liable for the principles, however there will even be Uefa guidelines in what occurs in every of their stadia throughout Europe.”