Recently, the meeting of the delegation leader SEA Games 31 took place in Hanoi with the participation of representatives of sports delegations in Southeast Asia. At the conference, the organizers made an important decision regarding the organization of the 31st SEA Games: Spectators who do not have to take COVID-19 test samples during the matches are allowed to welcome fans.
Notice posted on the homepage of BTC SEA Games 31: “Those entering Vietnam must have two full doses of COVID-19 vaccine or have a certificate of COVID-19 recovery within 3 months; have a negative test result by PCR within 72 hours or an antibody test. rapidly within 24 hours.
There are three scenarios for organizing the competition including completely closed, limited audience and full audience.
For a match with a limited number of spectators, after discussing with the local government on the basis of the epidemic situation at the time of the competition, the number of spectators to enter the field will be 10%, 30%. or 50%.
Matches welcoming spectators into the field need to ensure a safe distance and appropriate epidemic prevention measures according to the 5K principle.
U23 Vietnam has the task of successfully defending the SEA Games gold medal (Photo: VFF)
The 31st SEA Games will take place from May 12 to 23 in Hanoi and 11 neighboring provinces and cities. It is expected that the 31st SEA Games will have the participation of about 7,000 athletes from 11 Southeast Asian sports delegations.
On the morning of March 19, the Organizing Committee of Vietnam’s 31st Southeast Asian Games arranged vehicles for international delegations to survey and inspect venues serving the 31st SEA Games. About the venue, Mr. Dato Paduka Nur Azmi Ahmad, Malaysian delegation said:
“First of all, congratulations on Vietnam’s preparation for the upcoming 31st SEA Games. The delegations have the same opinion that Vietnam has prepared very well.
I hope the audience seats will be expanded more because the upcoming 31st SEA Games will be the first major congress after the pandemic, so the audience, officials, and athletes’ families will be very large. If the seats were wider, it would be great.”
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