Without masks and by thousands, the club is in a nightclub in Liverpool, in the north of England, on Friday 30 April and on Saturday 1is May, Kovid-19 for a test program organized by the British Government to assess the risk of contagion.
On Fridays and Saturdays, from 2pm until 11pm local time, the public will be able to dance at Liverpool’s Circus Disco, two evenings hosted by several DJs, including this nightclub founder Sven Vath, Fatboy Slim or Orsef Poison. Three thousand people are expected each evening, for which admission tickets have all been sold.
The first dance is now completely out! We can’t wait to see you all this weekend, it’s been a while … #HWFG to https://t.co/iMFpZl35j4
To access the nightclub, you must provide proof of a negative antigenic screening for Kovid-19. “Participants will also be asked to conduct a PCR test before and after the event to inform research to ensure that any transmission of the virus is properly monitored.”, Tells the government on its website. Hand disinfectant gel will be provided on site, but wearing a mask will not be mandatory.
This program is called the “first dance” “Electronic music and all events in Britain is going to be a historic moment”DJ Yousef rejoiced in a statement.
These evenings are part of a dozen pilot trials aimed at studying the risks of broadcasting the Kovid-19 within the crowd, so as to re-improve the public event of big sports and cultural events.
Reopening of English clubs scheduled for 21 June
Among the other tests conducted, the British Award Ceremony, the British Pop Music Awards, will take place on May 11 in front of an audience of 4,000 people; And the FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium on 15 May will also be attended by spectators.
With more than 127,000 deaths from Kovid-19, the United Kingdom is the country most affected by the epidemic in Europe. Particularly thanks to vaccination, health conditions have markedly improved with Kovid-19 having fewer than 3,000 daily infections and about twenty deaths from the disease per day, leading to the government initiating gradual erosion. Night clubs are scheduled to reopen on 21 June.
Other countries have conducted life-size tests. In Spain, 5,000 people were brought together at a test concert on March 27 in Barcelona, in which participants danced without physical disturbances, wore FFPA masks and were subjected to antigen tests before the concert. A month after this concert of the Love of Lesbian group, the organizers announced that there was ” no signal “ Contagion occurred during the incident.
In France, there is no possibility of the nightclubs reopening soon, with the government announcing that they will still remain closed until the end of the four phases planned for the end of June. In Paris, an Indochina test concert aims to verify the conditions for a possible reopening of theaters at the theater’s Arena on 29 May. Another is planned for the same date in Marseille, announced Inseram in a stage point on Friday.
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