translated from Spanish: Authorities audited health measures for the University Classic

To the San Carlos De Apoquindo Stadium came the Minister of the Interior, Víctor Pérez, together with the Metropolitan Mayor, Felipe Guevara, the SERemi de Salud RM, Paula Labra, and the head of Zona Santiago Oeste de Carabineros, General Enrique Monrás, to verify the health measures implemented in the enclosure for the classic between Universidad Católica and Universidad de Chile next Sunday. Minister Pérez appreciated the health measures implemented in the Coliseum, which, while imposing a number of restrictions, are necessary and indispensable measures, he said. In addition, he added that “the need to restore professional football is above any discussion, but it must be done with these restrictions by Covid -19.” Security will be the same as when playing with public, inside the Stadium there will be 40 private guards, 24 surveillance cameras, and the appropriate police contingent for this type of match. In addition, only 289 people are allowed to enter the venue, with negative PCR 72 hours before the sporting match,” the mayor said. Regarding the delimited areas in the stadium, Guevara explained that “they were divided into three zones. The first corresponds to the court and dressing rooms, the second to the booth for the media, and leaders of both teams, while the latter is located in the accesses to the premises, and parking lots.” Finally, seremi Paula Labra stated that “the match to be played on Sunday is not at risk of health, because the measures have been put in place, there are different dressing rooms to respect the capacity and maintain the distance between players”. It should be remembered that Universidad Católica and Universidad de Chile will be measured next Sunday at 14:00 hours in San Carlos de Apoquindo, on the 13th date of the National Championship.

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