The Parisian authorities will allow the stadium Princes Park looks at its full capacity on Saturday for the first game of the Paris Saint Germain at home in the season from League 1, a duel before Strasbourg.

The PSG reported on Monday that the Paris prefecture approved the presence of 49,700 fans, according to sanitary measures and of coronavirus safety.

Each spectator must have a special pass through Covid-19 demanded by the French government and which came into effect on Monday.

The aficionados must present evidence whether they have completed the vaccination, that they had Covid-19 and are no longer contagious or one negative PCR test or antigen performed no more than 48 hours before.

Citizens of countries of the European Union must show a certificate european from vaccination or negative PCR or antigen test results. Citizens of countries outside the EU must have a negative result PCR or antigen test performed no more than 48 hours prior to your visit.

The special pass through Covid-19 is part of the government’s plan to encourage more people to vaccine Y reduce infections.

More of 36 million of people in France, the 54% of its population, it is fully vaccinated.

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