Scotland has decided to postpone the deconstruction for several weeks, as has the UK due to the increase in cases and deaths.
Despite the outbreak, the British government has approved the UEFA Euro 2020 semi – final and final at Wembley Stadium in London, attended by more than 60,000 people.
The result is controversial. The British government has approved more than 60,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium in London for the semi – finals and final of the European Championships in the last 24 hours alone, despite an increase in cases in the UK.
Thus Wembley gets the green light to achieve 75% efficiency. It will be the largest concentration of people at a sporting event in the UK in 15 months, a decision that did not please the Italian Prime Minister.
At the level of last September, when the number of new epidemics in Italy was at a minimum, Rome would be optional. As the condition of hospitals improves and the vaccination campaign progresses, the country seems to have left the worst days of the epidemic.
In France, all efforts are focused on having more than half the population fully by the end of August. Vaccination for young people aged 12 to 17 years started two weeks ago. About 365,000 young people have already received the first dose.
In contrast, in Russia, the vast majority of the population continues to show signs of refusing the vaccine, hoping that the authorities will oppose this position. Starting next week, in the country’s capital, there will be new rules. You can only enter cafes and restaurants that have been vaccinated, have had an interval of less than six months, or have had a negative test.