Real Sociedad Returns to Training
Real Sociedad becomes the first Spanish team to go back to the pitch since the lockdown started. Last Saturday, Spain recorded the lowest number of deaths since the start of the lockdown. Also, the country will lift some restrictions on Monday.
La Liga gave out a guideline to prevent the spread of coronavirus within teams. It would take effect on Tuesday. According to bookie pay per head sources, players can train in reduced groups. Also, the medical staff will supervise the training.
The guideline allows two to three players to train together. Also, La Liga recommends a COVID-19 test when they arrive at the training facility. The Spanish football league suspended all activities since the start of March.
Real Sociedad and La Liga
Javier Tebas, president of La Liga, said that football in the country might not return until the last week of May. The country has been in lockdown since March 14. However, the country recorded its lowest number of deaths last Saturday. Health officials think that the outbreak already peaked.
Although the lockdown might continue until May, the government might lift some restrictions on Monday. However, some people fear that relaxing the rules could lead to the second wave of infections.
The rate of infections in Spain is around two to three percent two weeks ago. However, it is now up to 20 percent, according to data received by SportsbookPayPerHead.com. Spaniards have stayed home since the middle of March. Also, it is one of the strictest lockdowns in the world.
Factories will reopen, and workers in the construction industry can go back to work. However, the World Health Organization warned that relaxing restrictions could lead to a resurgence of the virus.
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