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PSG will have a full house for the first home game

PSG will have a full house for the first home game

Paris authorities will allow the Parc des Princes stadium to perform at full capacity on Saturday for Paris Saint-Germain’s first home game of the French league season, a match against Strasbourg.

PSG reported on Monday that the Paris prefecture approved the presence of 49,700 fans, in accordance with health and safety measures for the coronavirus.

Each spectator must have a special pass for COVID-19 required by the French government and which came into effect on Monday.

Fans will be required to provide evidence of either they have completed the vaccination, that they had COVID-19 and are no longer contagious, or a negative PCR or antigen test performed no more than 48 hours prior.

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Citizens of European Union countries must show a European vaccination certificate or negative PCR or antigen test results. Citizens of countries outside the EU must have a negative PCR or antigen test result performed no more than 48 hours before their visit.

The special pass for COVID-19 is part of the government’s plan to encourage more people to get vaccinated and reduce infections.

More than 36 million people in France, 54% of its population, are fully vaccinated. AP (HN)

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