Paris police announced Monday that the match between Paris Saint-Germain and its guest Borussia Dortmund in the second leg of the Champions League final, scheduled for Wednesday at the “Parc de Prince” stadium in the French capital, will take place without an audience due to the Corona virus.
The authorities of the French capital Paris decided to hold the second-leg match in the price of the UEFA Champions League final between Club Paris Saint-Germain And his guest Borussia Dortmund, Germany, behind closed doors and without the public, in a precautionary measure against the emerging Corona virus (Covid-19).
The interview will take place on Wednesday evening at 9:00 pm (20:00 GMT) on the grounds of the Parc de Prince stadium in Paris.
“Corona virus: in compliance with the measures announced in the Defense Council Sunday regarding the Corona virus, the police department in Paris decided that the match (…) will be held behind closed doors,” police said on its Twitter account.
This action will deprive Paris Saint-Germain of its fans in a match in which he hopes to turn his loss 1-2 back in Germany, and break the exit knot from the final price of the continental competition in the past three seasons.
This action comes in the wake of the announcement by French Health Minister Olivier Ferrand to ban gatherings of more than a thousand people, after the authorities had previously prevented, until mid-April, gatherings of more than five thousand people.
France announced the registration of more than 1,100 infections and 19 deaths in the “Covid 19” virus, while Germany also announced on Monday that it had crossed the threshold of a thousand infections.