Fans are authorized for Necaxa-San Luis – Latest News, Breaking News, Top News Headlines

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La Jornada newspaper
Wednesday, January 13, 2021, p. a11

Necaxa will be the second team in the Liga Mx that will open the doors of its stadium to the public, in the duel on date two of the Guardianes 2021 tournament. Mazatlán had people with limited capacity.

Club Necaxa announced that it has the authorization of the municipal and state health authorities to receive the public next Friday, January 15, against Atlético de San Luis.

There will be 30% capacity at the Victoria Stadium

After presenting the required documentation to the authorities and to the Liga BBVA Mx and that the National Epidemiological Traffic Light places our entity in yellow, the state of Victoria is ready and conditioned to receive fans with capacity limited to 30 percent of its capacity says the club in a statement.

The Rayo team assures its commitment to enforce all protocols and guidelines to maintain sanitary security in the stadium.

Despite the fact that Necaxa’s coach, José Guadalupe Cruz, commented to this newspaper the day before that he was concerned that the stands were opened when Covid 19 had a rebound throughout the country. In addition, he observed that during his visit to Mazatlán, the public did not respect the social distance measures that are required to minimize the risk of contagion.

The MX League establishes that after an agreement with the Federal Ministry of Health, the entities that are in a yellow traffic light health situation may open their doors with a maximum capacity of 50 percent.

Aguascalientes is at a yellow traffic light

While several entities remain at red traffic lights and the intensity of contagion reached levels of maximum alarm in some areas, states such as Aguascalientes are colored yellow.

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