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Spectators are back at sports stadiums in and around Seoul. Vaccinated people can now take part in matches held in regions where the maximum health distance level of 4 is used, provided they show a health pass. This is indicated by the new prevention directive COVID-19 which was unveiled last Friday.
Covered and open-air courses can accommodate 20% and 30% of all locations, respectively. In this context, the baseball stadiums opened their doors to the public yesterday. The meeting between Kiwoom Heroes and LG Twins took place in the presence of 1500 supporters in the stands. 7,500 seats were still available, but the fact that the match takes place during the week and in icy weather did not attract the crowds.
The K-League, the professional football championship, plans to welcome spectators this weekend for the matches of nine clubs in the capital and its crown. When it comes to volleyball and basketball, fans will be able to participate in face-to-face matches from today and tomorrow.
At the entrance to the stadiums, it is mandatory to show a digital or paper vaccination certificate and an identity document.