Germany fears a biological bomb in the Super Cup

The Prime Minister of Bavaria, Marcos Soeder, has asked Bayern fans not to travel to Hungary to witness the final of the Super Cup this Thursday against Sevilla because “Budapest is a COVID risk zone. We have to be very careful with massive infections. Just thinking about it makes my stomach ache, “said the Munich region leader.

UEFA chose the Super Cup to authorize the presence of the public in the stadiums, considering the hardest part of the pandemic over, but Germany warns that the problem is not solved and fears infection Among the almost four thousand Bayern fans who will travel to witness the game after having passed the PCR tests paid by the club that were carried out yesterday in Munich. For its part, Sevilla will have half a thousand fans in the stands of the Púskas Arena. These 500 supporters have also passed the tests, as Hungary requires them to enter their territory, something that on the other hand led to a crisis with UEFA.

The debate has been opened on whether it is early to open the stadiums to fans, that's why UEFA crosses its fingers that the Super Cup pilot experience goes well. The greatest fear is that there will be massive contagions, as already happened in the biological bomb unleashed in Valencia-Atalanta, at the beginning of the pandemic.

Ceferin, who will attend the match, has summoned the Executive Committee of the organization that he presides for this Thursday in Budapest. He wants to set an example, and at the same time discuss a possible schedule for returning to the stadiums while discussing the deadlines and format for the European qualification for the World Cup in Qatar and the final phase of the League of Nations, which began at the door. closed earlier this month.