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Premier League Says Strict Covid-Related Rules Will Relax When Vaccine Levels Hit 85 Percent

The Premier League tells clubs that strict rules related to Covid, such as the ban on handshakes before the game and no-go zones, will be relaxed when vaccine levels reach 85 percent.

  • Premier League clubs and players still adhere to Covid-related regulations
  • Pre-match handshakes are still prohibited as long as there are prohibited areas on the grounds
  • The league says these rules will be relaxed when vaccine levels reach 85 percent.
  • Any rule changes are dependent on the impact of a winter spike on UK Covid cases

The Premier League has told clubs that strict Covid restrictions will be relaxed once vaccine levels reach 85 percent. Sportsmail can reveal.

The development was relayed to the club’s doctors during a meeting last Thursday, although any changes to the guidelines would depend on the impact of a possible winter spike in Covid cases.

Clubs have had to adhere to a series of strict Covid-related rules at their respective training grounds and stadiums for the past 18 months to ensure soccer can continue during the pandemic.

Premier League clubs have been told that Covid rules will be relaxed when vaccine levels reach 85 percent.

Premier League clubs have been told that Covid rules will be relaxed when vaccine levels reach 85 percent.

High-level clubs must adhere to the strict rules related to Covid during their daily life.

High-level clubs must adhere to the strict rules related to Covid during their daily life.

High-level clubs must adhere to the strict rules related to Covid during their daily life.

For example, there are strict exclusion zones, particularly in tunnel areas, for certain members of the matchday staff in stadiums, while the traditional pre-match handshake between teams has been temporarily removed. There have also been strict restrictions on the media on match days.

In boot camps, medical personnel have been forced to work under a number of constraints, many of which have caused a lot of contention behind the scenes.

Inspectors have made regular visits to make sure the clubs are not breaking the rules, but now there is growing hope that the measures will be phased out.

Last week, the Premier League revealed that 81 percent of players have received at least one hit, and 68 percent are now fully vaccinated.

Pre-match handshakes are still banned in Premier League football due to social distancing

Pre-match handshakes are still banned in Premier League football due to social distancing

Pre-match handshakes are still banned in Premier League football due to social distancing

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