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Fans allowed back in stadiums

PSL chairman Irvin Khoza has announced that football fans will now be allowed back in stadiums starting from the 8th and 9th of April 2022 for Nedbank cup quarter finals. Stadiums will be allowed to host up to 50% capacity

Fans will be required to have their ID, vaccination certificate or a COVID 19 test(not older than 72hours), Khoza took this opportunity to encourage football fans to vaccinate. Even children will be required to vaccinate.
Khoza also challenged the health department to provide vaccination booth near stadiums.

Khoza went on to point out the importance of following all health protocols as we are still dealing with a pandemic. He thanked all 32 club owners for their corporation even though they are being affected financially.

Media personnel can now apply for accreditation for all games. This changes apply to Diski challenge, GladAfrican Champion and all other competitions under the PSL


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