The president of the Higher Sports Council (CSD), Irene Lozano, linked this Wednesday the possible majority return of the public to the football stadiums and other sports venues to the impact of the vaccination campaign against COVID-19 in Spain.
The head of the CSD, who visited the High Performance Center (CAR) of León this Wednesday, He stated that any decision in this regard will be subject “to how vaccination evolves, That is going well, but in a process of this complexity in which it is negotiated at the European level, there are still questions to be resolved and, although there will be plenty of vaccines for everyone, decision-making must be graduated. “
Lozano was very “hopeful” in the impact that different vaccines may have, but stressed that the virus “has shown that decisions cannot be made in advance.” He also assured that “the evolution of the pandemic marks the decisions” and, although the data from the Ministry of Health They seem to present a horizon that this week the peak of the third wave will be reached, “the incidence of more than 600 cases is very high.”
“It’s one thing to reach the peak and another to lower the incidence to moderately acceptable figures to recover activity”, stressed.
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