Attendance at Copa America final in Rio de Janeiro will be limited to 10% of stadium capacity

CONMEBOL, which had already managed to include "VIP fans" in the final of the last Libertadores Cup, has committed to performing Covid-19 tests on everyone entering the stadium, within 48 hours before the game.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - There will be a public presence in the final match of Copa América between Brazil and Argentina, next Saturday, July 10, at Maracanã stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

The measure desired by the American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) was accepted by the City Hall of Rio de Janeiro and is contained in a decree published this Friday, 9, in the Official Gazette.

Attendance will be limited to 10% of the stadium capacity (about 6,000 people, therefore). Everyone must be seated and maintain a minimum spacing of two meters between each person or family, says the . . .

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