In all, 9,402 new cases of COVID-19 detected in the UK have been linked to the England national team’s track at Euro 2020. This is the conclusion of the study that analyzed mass events organized around the sporting event, according to England’s Department for Culture and Public Health, citing About a British newspaper “Watchman”.
The England team’s journey through the football championship, which reached the final where they faced Italy, created “a significant risk to public health in the United Kingdom”., can be read in the conclusions of the researchers involved in the analysis, released Friday, August 20.
The dispute revolves around the fact that more than 85% of Covid-19 cases recorded across the country have been linked to 49 days of competition – with mass gatherings at musical entertainment events, usually during the semi-finals and final of the European Championships. 2020.
More: Of the 9,402 people who contracted the disease, the study continues, a total of 3,036 experienced symptoms about two days after the match they attended, leaving an indication that they had already been infected by the time they traveled to the stadium. Over the course of the entire British team’s trajectory, more than half of the COVID-19 cases were recorded during the final match with Italy.
“Danger [para a saúde pública] It was created not only due to the presence of fans at the event, but also due to the social activities that took place throughout the “contest.
These days, Disobedience to applicable sanitary rules, such as the mandatory use of masks, has spread in contexts where it has not been possible to ensure a comfortable safe distance between people.
“Euro 2020 was a unique occasion and we are unlikely to see a similar impact to COVID-19 in future events. However, this data shows how the virus is able to spread when people are in very close contact. Alert us all as we try to return to normal life” .
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