Getty ImagesSports stadiums in New Zealand could be allowed to sell out from as early next week with the country’s government set to decide whether to lift all social distancing measures imposed to contain the spread of Covid-19. New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern will decide on 8th June whether the country is ready to bring its alert system down to level one, which would mean restrictions around mass gatherings at stadiums being completely lifted. “At level one all current rules on businesses and services are essentially lifted,” Ardern said. “Sports and concert stadiums can be sold out. ”Italian FA chief hopeful fans can attend Serie A games before season endThe move would pave the way for fans to attend the opening round of New Zealand’s Super Rugby Aotearoa tournament, a bespoke competition involving the five Kiwi Super Rugby sides starting on 13th June. Ardern added that the government is working with sports venues to create a “Covid code” to allow for contact tracing at large events.
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