In Scotland, stadiums return to full capacity ahead of the Six Nations tournament.

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced on Tuesday that football or rugby matches will return to full capacity in front of stadiums from next week, adding:cautious optimismIn front of the development of a wave of contamination caused by the Omicron version.

The independence leader told Scottish MPs that from Monday, large outdoor gatherings would no longer be limited to 500 people. ,This means, for example, that spectators will again be allowed at major outdoor sporting events, including football matches scheduled for early next week and rugby matches at the Six Nations tournament.“That will start on February 5,” he said.The current situation is undoubtedly dire, but perhaps less so, and there are signs that we may be entering a new phase.”, he said, emphasizing on the benefits of mass vaccination.

He clarified that the number of daily contamination “reach the summitAnd that hospitalizations were starting to slow down. These events will always require the health pass and its controls will be strengthened, however specified Nicola Sturgeon.

Other health measures that were set in place just ahead of the holidays to counter the Omicron boom, such as gauges for indoor events, social distancing and table service in pubs, will remain in place until at least January 24. The compulsion to wear masks and the recommendation to work from home and limit social contacts are also maintained until further notice. ,We all want to live with covidContinued Ms Sturgeon, whose local government sets its own pandemic strategy. ,I know we cannot rely on restrictive measures to manage the virus consistently. But equally, we cannot be indifferent to the risks the virus continues to pose to health and wellbeing.“, she added.

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The United Kingdom, which has decimated more than 150,000 deaths from the pandemic, experienced a major wave of contamination at the end of the year, but the number of cases has shown signs of decline in recent days.

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