The Dutchland Cycling Tour, to be held from August 20 to 23 this year due to the Coronavirus epidemic, has been canceled. The organizers announced this. Public events in Germany have been banned until 31 August to prevent the spread of Kovid-19, after which the organizers made the decision.
“We are announcing with great disappointment that the current circumstances and the decision of the German government made it clear that this year could not be the Diechland Tour,”
Race Director Claude Rach said in a statement. The race to be held will also be held on the route of 2020 itself. This means that it will start at Stralsund and end at Nuremberg.
Professional players in Spain will be able to start training from May 4
Spain’s professional players will be able to start their basic training from May 4, including footballers from La Liga. The country’s government announced this. Spain’s top football league is postponed from March 12 due to the Coronavirus epidemic.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said that this would be the first step in the decision taken to remove the lockdown. He said the lockdown would be lifted in four phases in two months.
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The announcement allows league clubs to begin individual sessions with their team members, but according to reports, all players must undergo a Kovid-19 screening test before returning to training. Also, only six players can land on the field at a time. About 24,000 people have died in the country due to Kovid-19.