English premier league: Fans WILL Need Covid Vaccination Passport To Attend Matches?

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Monday that only those that have been fully vaccinated. At events where ‘large crowds gather’ will be able to attend. Premier League 2023. English Premier League Fans WILL Need Covid Vaccination Passport To Attend Matches?

He remarked: “As we said last week, we do reserve the right to mandate certification at any point if it is necessary to reduce transmission.

“And I should serve notice now that by the end of September. When all over-18s will have had the chance to be double jabbed.

– we are planning to make full vaccination the condition of entry to nightclubs and other venues where large crowds gather.

“Proof of a negative test will no longer be enough.”

According to the Daily Mail, if infection rates continue to be high, this would also impact football fans.

Supporters would have to show Covid passports to prove. They are fully vaccinated, with a negative test result not be enough to gain entry.

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They state that both the Premier League and EFL are seeking clarification on Johnson’s comments and what this means for football.

Premier League fans ‘WILL need Covid vaccination passport to attend matches with capacity over 16k if infections rise’

The Covid-19 pandemic continues to pose a dangerous threat. With multiple outbreaks of the virus occurring over the summer as well as the spread of the more transmissible Delta variant.

Coronavirus vaccines have arrived, but as distribution continues, the virus continues to rear its ugly head.

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 A government source reported by Sky Sports stated: “It’s important that fans can continue to watch sporting events over the autumn, which is why we’re exploring the role vaccines might play in this.

“This will not only allow full capacity stadiums but has the added bonus of incentivising people of all ages to go and get their jab.”

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Some government figures, however, have expressed their scepticism about making vaccine passports mandatory.

Shadow sports secretary Jo Stevens said. “To insist on vaccine passports less than a month before the start of the season will cause major disruptions. Especially for clubs at the lower end of the pyramid.

“Labour has been clear that the use of Covid vaccination status alone will exclude. Those who can’t be vaccinated or haven’t had the jab because of delays.

“Being double jabbed doesn’t prove you aren’t carrying the virus. Testing for access to venues would be more efficient.”

Football Supporters’ Association chairman Malcolm Clarke has warned about the potential disruption and ‘chaos’ vaccine passports could cause for supporters.

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“I think if they’re going to do this with big football crowds they need to have the resources to do the checks,” Clarke told Times Radio.

“I’m not convinced that all football clubs will be able to manage that in a way that doesn’t cause some chaos.

“There are some specific issues. And that’s why it’s important that at both national level and at club level, supporters’ groups are involved in the consultation.”

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