Since the beginning of Coronavirus, all events were put on hold in Germany with football being part of the several events restricted.
After two and half months of no football, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has finally declared the German soccer league Bundesliga can now resume, ending the two-month stop incited by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Merkel made the declaration on Wednesday, as one of a scope of control measures being loose, after a gathering with the nation’s 16 state governors. The pressure to loosen up the rules had been developing in light of the fact that the pace of the pandemic in the country has dropped.
The chancellor said the league can continue however should follow a progression of strict cleanliness rules, including holding matches without spectators and isolate time for teams before they play.
The Bundesliga has been dormant since mid-March, yet clubs came back to some type of training toward the beginning of April and have step by step expanded their power levels over recent weeks.