Blino. 04/30/2021 16 Q 53 | Updated 04/30/2021 17h28
About 3,000 people filled up without a mask on Friday (30) nightclubs in the city Liverpool, In England, with the consent of the authorities, who allowed the event as a test to organize the reopening of entertainment venues.
The participants tested negative for coronavirus in the 24 hours leading up to the party at the Circus Club, during which the social distancing rules were canceled.
The experiment that the organizers called The first dance, Including performances by Sven Väth, The Blessed Madonna, and Jayda G, while tomorrow, 3,000 more will be in the same venue, to dance to the beat of Fatboy Slim.
Public health expert Ian Buchan, an advisor to the UK government in combating the Covid-19 pandemic, said the test will be used to see how current variants of SARS-CoV-2 are transmitted in large crowds.
His team will use carbon dioxide measurements to detect “stagnant air pockets” inside the club, which will be outfitted with small cameras so that scientists can track participants’ movements.
The authorities will also order a new PCR test five days later from those who participated in the pilot event, to monitor the spread of the coronavirus.
This is the fifth experience an audience has had in the UK in the past two weeks. The first major events were the FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley Stadium, in which 4,000 fans managed to enter; Billiards competition in Sheffield, with the participation of 1000 people; – The Premier League Cup Final, also at Wembley, with 8,000 spectators; And a business conference in Liverpool with the participation of 1000 participants.
* With information from the EFE Agency
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