Belarus, where the ball is still rolling

If you want the football atmosphere, go to Minsk (capital of Belarus), where the ball is still rolling. While the world football is being paralyzed by the COVID-19 epidemic, but the Belarusian Premier League is still normal.

 Belarusian Premier League tournaments are continuing to keep competing
 Belarusian Premier League tournaments are continuing to keep competing

While UEFA is struggling with how football clubs should be organized in European countries,  Belarusian Premier League’s ball is still rolling. The Republic of Belarus with a population of over 10 million people is located in Eastern Europe, the Northeast borders on Russia, the South borders on Ukraine, the West borders on Poland, the Northwest borders on Lithuania, Latvia.

There is no reason to postpone

The  Belarusian Premier League National Championship has 16 teams attending, opening from March 19 and entering the third round. After three absolute victories, the Energetik-BGU Club is leading the standings. Belshina Club lost all 3 matches, ranked 16th in the bottom of the table.

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When this article came to framing, host Energetik-BGU was temporarily leading the second team Minsk FC 1-0 thousands of people came to the field to cheer for this match.

A rare Belarusian fan wears a mask to the stadium.
A rare Belarusian fan wears a mask to the stadium.

Belarus general secretary, Sergei Zhardetski, said there was no reason to postpone football even though the country had more than 300 cases of Corona virus infection and four people had died. “We are following the epidemic situation every day,” Sergei Zhardetski told ESPN. “We have full confidence in the country’s health care system and currently, we have no reason to postpone.” 2020 season “.

“We understand the situation in some other countries is very serious, but we also consult the authorities when continuing the tournament. Besides, whether or not to come to the pitch is entirely due to “We still take precautions like measuring body temperature and washing the hands of people who enter the yard.”

Remarkably, Belarus had 440 cases of COVID-19, including 5 deaths, but the government refused to use strong measures to prevent the epidemic.

Thus, besides the Nicaragua league, the people of Belarus have the opportunity to enjoy  Belarusian Premier League. Nicaragua’s Vice President Rosario Murillo advised Nicaragans to seek religion in difficult times. “We can move forward peacefully, responsibly and above all to believe in God, knowing that this faith protects and saves us,” she said.

Belarus football fans can keep calming and follow the tournaments
Belarus football fans can keep calming and follow the tournaments

Unlike other countries, Belarus does not block the country, does not recommend people to isolate themselves at home or prohibit crowds. Therefore, the  Belarusian Premier League and other football tournaments of this country is not postponed.

Drinking alcohol, washing hands

In Belarus, the Government of the country has not carried out blockades nor implemented measures to isolate the community. Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko called on people not to be scared of the Covid-19 pandemic, and advised them to drink alcohol regularly in addition to washing their hands daily.

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Belarusian football is still normal during the COVID-19 epidemic
Belarusian football is still normal during the COVID-19 epidemic

Share with ESPN, Belarus Football General Secretary Sergei Zhardetski said they have no reason to postpone the 2020 season. The Belarusian Premier League has just opened on March 19 and is entering the third round.

“We are following the epidemic situation every day,” said Sergei Zhardetski. We strongly believe in the health care system of the country and currently, we have no reason to postpone the 2020 season. ”

“We understand the situation in some other countries is very serious, but here everything is still under control. We have consulted the authorities and taken the necessary precautions. Anyone who enters the yard has their body temperature measured and hand-sanitized. Of course, to the field or not is the choice of the fans ”.

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