Approval of the return of the public to the Iraqi League

Baghdad-ALSharqiya, October 18: The Iraqi Football Association obtained the approval of the Supreme Committee for Health and National Safety, in order for the public to return to the stadiums according to specific conditions.
Adnan Darjal, President of the Football Association, valued the approval of the Supreme Committee, and thanked Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, who was keen on the gradual return of the masses again.
"The Supreme Committee agreed to allow the public to return, starting from the fifth round of the Premier League," said Ahmed Al-Moussawi, the media spokesman for the Iraqi Federation.
He added, "The return of the public will be 30%, after great efforts made by the Minister of Youth and Sports, President of the Iraqi Federation, Adnan Darjal, who today ended his communication with the Supreme Committee by approving the approval."
He continued, "There are mobile teams that will be present in the stadiums 3 hours before the start of the match, to vaccinate the fans with the Corona vaccine, while entry will be allowed for those who received the vaccine earlier, provided that the vaccination card is brought while attending the matches."
Al-Moussawi stressed, "Precautionary measures and social distancing will be applied while the audience is present, to ensure the safety of the fans."


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