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This is the kind of news that should delight British fans, and give hope to Europeans! Two and a half months after the unsuccessful attempt to return the public to the stadiums, marked by the arrival of the famous English variant, the British government wants to try again. While 17 million English people are now vaccinated against Covid-19, Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister, announced yesterday the plan to take over the Kingdom.
First of all, it is the schools that will reopen their doors at the beginning of March, on the 9th. Non-essential shops, libraries, hairdressers and terraces of cafes and restaurants will follow.
May 17, date of return
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But the date that football fans are waiting for the most will therefore be May 17th. That day, if everything goes as planned, 10,000 people will once again be able to sit in the largest stadiums in the country. A figure which should vary according to the total capacity of the enclosure. In addition, bars and restaurants must also be fully opened. A big reason for hope in the run-up to the Euro that England will partially host with in particular the semi-finals as well as the grand final scheduled for July 11.
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