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The Eurovision-2021 song contest, which will be held on May 18-22 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, is planned to be attended by a limited number of people.
Axar.az reports that the statement came from the Dutch Ministry of Culture.
It was stated that the Dutch government intends to assess the risk of coronavirus infection by organizing the Eurovision-2021 song contest with a limited number of spectators. 9 concerts are planned with the participation of a maximum of 3,500 spectators. However, the spectator's coronavirus test should be negative.
This practical experiment, described as a "field laboratory", aims to learn how such large-scale events can be held in terms of ensuring public safety, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, if the level of coronavirus infection increases, the government may decide to hold the Eurovision-2021 song contest without the participation of spectators. More information will be provided in the coming weeks.
It should be noted that the Eurovision Song Contest, which brings together millions of spectators every year, was postponed for the first time in history due to the pandemic in 2020.
2021.04.02 / 22:36