The final took place in Porto and English fans were gathered in the center of the city, most without complying with the rules dictated by the pandemic, such as wearing a mask and physical distance.
The deputy general secretary of the PS said today that “in the next few days” there should be an explanation about the organization of the final of the Champions League in Porto, on Saturday night, disputed with the public.
“I think that in the next few days there will be an explanation about the organization [da final da Liga dos Campeões] and about the care that took place with the organization, ”said José Luís Carneiro on the sidelines of a meeting with the rector of the University of Porto (UP).
Saying that it is necessary to “wait for the pronunciation of the authorities responsible for organizing the event”, the socialist stressed that it was “important to look” at all the precautions that were adopted and “perhaps at what has failed”.
“We will wait for the explanation from the authorities that will allow us to become aware of all the efforts that were made to ensure that the event, which designed Portugal for the whole world, went in some aspects very well and, in others, possibly less well”, emphasized José Luís Carneiro.
The final of the Champions League took place in Porto, on Saturday, in a game attended by English supporters, who during the last few days were crowded in the city center, most of them without complying with the rules dictated by the 19-pandemic pandemic, mask use and physical distance.
The covid-19 pandemic caused at least 3,543,125 deaths worldwide, resulting from more than 170.2 million cases of infection, according to a report made by the French agency AFP.
In Portugal, 17,025 people died from 849,093 confirmed cases of infection, according to the most recent bulletin from the Directorate-General for Health.
The disease is transmitted by a new coronavirus detected in late 2019 in Wuhan, a city in central China.
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