1000 fans will be at San Siro tomorrow and Milan – as an act of gratitude – have invited those battling the COVID fight every day to the stadium.
Yesterday it became official that stadiums can now host 1000 fans for Serie A games and with the Rossoneri taking on Bologna on Monday, they were looking for ways to have fans at San Siro right away.
As reported by news agency ANSA, the doors of San Siro will tomorrow be opened to 1000 fans. The club, as a sign gratitude for those who fought and continue to be personally involved in combating the spread of COVID and in the treatment of the infected, have invited doctors and health personnel from various Lombard medical facilities.
The rest of the tickets for tomorrow’s game will be distributed to all members of the ‘Milan family’, including family members of the players, the club’s health staff, selected affiliates of the club and more. The public will be able to access from three separate entrances, where all the required procedures will be carried out, including the measurement of body temperature by health personnel.
There will be regulations in place to secure social distancing as well. Milan will return to having fans in the stands (in the Primo Anello Rosso), and they’ll do everything to keep everyone safe.