RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Colombia said Tuesday, March 2rd, it would open its stadiums to the public for the 2021 Copa America it will co-host with Argentina, with a 30-percent maximum attendance due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"A Copa America without an audience would make no sense," Sports Minister Ernesto Lucena told Caracol Radio.
"We are already working on the sanitary protocol to have a capacity of about 30 percent," he added.
That number may be upped if Colombia's vaccination campaign goes according to plan, and the number of coronavirus cases drops, said the minister.
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