With its announcement, the Super League informs the fans about the updated coronavirus test protocol.
The announcement of the Super League in detail:
“For the full information of all fans, regardless of collective preference and on the occasion of the outbreak of the pandemic, the Super League presents the data on the updated instructions for the COVID-19 control process and for case management in sports, of the General Secretariat of Sports . .
The General Secretariat of Sports’s constant monitoring of the updated guides for the COVID-19 control process and for the management of cases in sports, is a basic precondition for the conduct of the games, while based on them they are provided, according to the instructions of the competent bodies (GGA, Health Committee), it becomes clear that safeguarding the health of all involved is a key member of the Super League.
The implementation of the GGA Protocol by all Super League teams is also demonstrated by the fact that only 3 games have been postponed, out of a total of 105 games of 15 games to date (this season), ie a percentage of only 2.8%.
The updated instructions for the COVID-19 control process and for the management of cases in sports, of the General Secretariat of Sports, are posted on the official website of the GGA, https://gga.gov.gr/, where anyone can refer.
The instructions specify the necessary procedures that must be followed by all PAE. participating in the matches of the Super League Interwetten Championship season 2021-2022.
Briefly, among other things, it refers to the updated instructions for the COVID-19 testing process and for the case management in sports, of the General Secretariat of Sports that “if in the team 4 or more new cases are detected in athletes during the last two pre-race tests (cumulatively), then the match is postponed. Especially for football, due to the increased number of athletes, this number is 7. ” (p. 6, par. 5).
-Updated instructions for the COVID-19 testing process and
for case management in sports “.