The noise of its crowd at Melbourne Park is realistic today after Victoria, Australia, reappears from a five-day blockade to curb the outbreak of a tournament-related coronavirus.
According to tournament director Craig Tiley, only 7,477 fans are allowed per session, with a stand capacity of about 50%. Fans should wear masks indoors or when socially incapable of distance, following the procedures performed at the start of the tournament.
“Last week we had the first real experience of live sports with fans on the stands, and the atmosphere was electrical,” Tylie said in an announcement to bring back the fans. “The players appreciated the opportunity to fight in front of the audience for the first time in almost a year and talked about how emotional it is for many to reconnect with their fans.”
Australia fell into a sudden blockade last Friday after the number of incidents in Victoria increased to 13.After the announcement Out of over 39,000 tests, no new cases were announced..
According to the Victorian Department of Health, there are still 25 cases of virus activity in the last 24 hours, one of which was due to personal quarantine from abroad.
The blockade did not affect the players and many others associated with the Australian Open, as they were considered essential workers by the government.
After a five-day blockade in Melbourne, fans will return to the stands.
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