Without a mask and by the thousands, clubs are expected at a nightclub in north Liverpool, England, on Friday, April 30 and Saturday, April 1.There is May, for a test event organized by the British Government to assess the risk of infections for Govt-19.
On Fridays and Saturdays, the public can dance at the Circus Disco in Liverpool from 2pm to 11pm local time, hosted by several DJs on both evenings, including Sven Wade, Badboy Slim or the founder of this nightclub, Youssef Zahar. Three thousand people are expected each of the two evenings, for which all the tickets have been sold out.
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To access a nightclub, you must provide evidence of a negative antigenic screening for Covit-19. “Participants will be asked to perform a PCR test before and after the event to report the research and ensure that any spread of the virus is properly monitored.”, The government explains on its website. The hand disinfectant gel is available at the site, but wearing the mask is not mandatory.
The event was called the “First Dance” “It will be a historic moment for electronic music and all events in the UK”, D.J. Youssef was amused in a statement.
This evening is part of a dozen pilot experiments aimed at studying the dangers of spreading the Covit-19 into crowds in order to better organize the reopening of major sporting and cultural events to the public.
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Among other experiments conducted, the Brit Awards Ceremony, the British Pop Music Awards, will take place on May 11 in front of an audience of 4,000; Spectators will also attend the FA Cup Final on May 15 at Wembley Stadium.
The United Kingdom is the most infected country in Europe, with more than 127,000 deaths from Govt-19. Especially thanks to the vaccine, the health condition has improved significantly, with less than 3,000 infections per day with Covit-19 and about twenty people a day dying from the disease, which has led the government to begin a gradual recovery. Nightclubs are scheduled to reopen on June 21st.
Other countries have embarked on life-size trials. In Spain, a test concert on March 27 in Barcelona brought together 5,000 people, with participants dancing without physical distance, wearing FFPA masks and undergoing antigen testing before the concert. A month after the concert of the Love of Lesbian group, the organizers announced their presence “Unidentified” Infection during the event.
In France, nightclubs are unlikely to reopen soon, after which the government announced it would close. In four restoration stages planned until the end of June. In Paris, the Indochina Experimental Concert is scheduled for May 29 at the Accor Hotels to test the conditions for the reopening of theaters. Another is scheduled for the same date in Marseille, The plug-in was announced in a progress report on Friday.
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