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FIFA World Cup: Qatar gives big relief to football fans, to watch World Cup…


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Qatar has given fans the big night for the Football World Cup to be held in November-December. It has said that Kovid will not be mandatory for fans visiting Qatar. The health ministry said players and match officials could be forced to remain in a “bio-bubble” if Covid-19 cases resume. Apart from this, those who violate the rules can also be kicked out of the tournament.

Organizers of the Football World Cup have predicted that more than a million people will arrive in Doha to watch the match. Football’s governing body FIFA has said they want the event to be a sign that the world is recovering from the devastating pandemic. The Health Ministry has said in its World Cup guidelines that special measures will be ordered in case the pandemic situation in the country worsens.

The ministry said that the situation of Kovid-19 is currently under control. In such a situation, there will be no need for vaccination for the participants and the visiting spectators. Everyone over the age of six will be tested for COVID-19 before flying to Qatar for the tournament starting November 20. In this their result should be negative.

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Fans must wear masks in public transport. Apart from this, it will also be applicable in eight stadiums. The guidelines state that anyone found to be COVID-19 positive in Qatar will have to self-isolate for five days.

FIFA has said that it has sold 24.5 million tickets for this tournament so far. It includes fans from all over the world. There is less than 100 days left in the FIFA World Cup. This is the first FIFA World Cup to be held in the Middle East and Arab countries. The tournament will start from November 20. The craze of FIFA World Cup is such that fans from all over the world come to see it. Even in India, there is a different craze about this tournament.

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Qatar has given fans the big night for the Football World Cup to be held in November-December. It has said that Kovid will not be mandatory for fans visiting Qatar. The health ministry said players and match officials could be forced to remain in a “bio-bubble” if Covid-19 cases resume. Apart from this, those who violate the rules can also be kicked out of the tournament.

Organizers of the Football World Cup have predicted that more than a million people will arrive in Doha to watch the match. Football’s governing body FIFA has said they want the event to be a sign that the world is recovering from the devastating pandemic. The Health Ministry has said in its World Cup guidelines that special measures will be ordered in case the pandemic situation in the country worsens.

The ministry said that the situation of Kovid-19 is currently under control. In such a situation, there will be no need for vaccination for the participants and the visiting spectators. Everyone over the age of six will be tested for COVID-19 before flying to Qatar for the tournament starting November 20. In this their result should be negative.

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Fans must wear masks in public transport. Apart from this, it will also be applicable in eight stadiums. The guidelines state that anyone found to be COVID-19 positive in Qatar will have to self-isolate for five days.

FIFA has said that it has sold 24.5 million tickets for this tournament so far. It includes fans from all over the world. There is less than 100 days left in the FIFA World Cup. This is the first FIFA World Cup to be held in the Middle East and Arab countries. The tournament will start from November 20. The craze of FIFA World Cup is such that fans from all over the world come to see it. Even in India, there is a different craze about this tournament.

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