British govt gives good news to the spectators
Manchester: The British government has made an important announcement for the return of sports spectators to the stadium.
According to the English Cricket Board, a limited number of spectators will be allowed to come to the stadium on a trial basis from this month.
Fans will be allowed to return safely to the first two county-friendly matches, and a smaller number of spectators will be allowed to come to the stadium for the July 26 and 27 Surrey vs. Middlesex friendly county matches.
The English Cricket Board has welcomed the government’s permission for spectators to return to the stadium and said it has worked with the government to ensure the safe return of cricket.
The board says additional measures are needed until the spectators return to the grounds, but the return of spectators on a trial basis is the first step towards settling the grounds.
It should be noted that due to the Corona virus crisis, artificial spectator noise has been made in the empty stadium during the first international cricket series of its kind played behind closed doors.
According to board officials, the purpose of making artificial noise is to provide an environment similar to the previous one to encourage the players for which the audios of old matches are being edited.