In addition to this, there are a number of other elements in the protocol of the Premier League.
The stages will be separated into three zones – red, amber and green – with limitations on the number of people permitted in each.
The red areas will be home to 20 players, 12 coaches and medical personnel and five other employees “essential.”
This will not include the analysts team, who have been assigned to the orange zone, as well as any other personal “non-essential”.
All players will have to undergo tests for coronavirus before arriving at the stadium, and will do it on their property of training respective.
The teams were encouraged to take the plane to the meetings, before making the last leg of their journey by coach, although up to three vehicles can be used to transport all personnel to comply with the directives of social distancing.
The drivers of such coaches must also have undergone a screening test for the coronavirus, and the clubs have been asked to avoid staying in hotels to minimize the risks.
On their arrival in each stage, teams will head directly towards the changing rooms temporary, which are being built to accommodate the teams.
Players are not required to wear masks, but all medical personnel must wear full protective equipment, and non-player will have to wear masks.
The two teams will also make on-the-ground separately to avoid interfering unnecessarily in the tunnels.
The Premier League has also confirmed that, in recognition of the work of the workers in the NHS during the crisis COVID-19, a badge of the NHS will be listed on the official jerseys of players and matches for the rest of the season 2019/20.
In addition, a moment of silence will take place before the first 12 matches to recognize those whose lives have been affected by COVID-19.
And “We Are One Team” will be placed on a patch on the balls of the match and on the brand image of the Premier League, reflecting how the league, the clubs, the fans and players came together to support the NHS, their communities and the society as a whole during the pandemic .
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The flags of the corner, the goal posts, the replacement panels and match balls will all be disinfected prior to the kick off of the matches, and the technical area from each team will be more distant than usual for social distancing.
The 92 remaining matches of the season 2019/20 are expected to follow this protocol, and although this is not what we are accustomed to, for the moment, this is the new normal.
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