Thousands of people, without a mask or social distance, will be able to dance this Friday and Saturday at a nightclub in Liverpool in the north of England, in a test conducted by the British government to assess the risk of infection with coronovirus.
Disco Circus de liverpool It will be open from 2:00 pm to 11:00 pm. Local people animated for two days and well-known DJs Sven Vath, Fat boy thin, O Joseph sugarThe founder of the club.
About three thousand people are expected to attend each day for a rare event that has been sold out.
To enter, it would be necessary to present a negative antigenic test for Kovid-19.
The government clarified on its website, “They will also be asked to conduct PCR tests before and after the incident.
There will be hand sanitizer gels everywhere, but masks will not be needed.
DJ Yousef said in a statement, “The First Dance” (the first dance), which will be called “a historic moment for electronic music and all events in the UK”.
These two dance nights are part of a dozen pilot trials aimed at studying the risks of coronovirus transmission to crowds, so that major sports and cultural events can be re-organized.
Other tests include function Brit AwardsThe British Pop Music Awards will be held on May 11 in front of an audience of 4,000, and will be a final English soccer cup, At the stadium on 15 May Wembley, Which will also have an audience presence.
With more than 127,000 deaths from Kovid-19, the United Kingdom is the country most affected by the epidemic in Europe.
But health conditions have improved significantly, with fewer than 3,000 infections a day and some 20 deaths a day, prompting the government to begin gradual de-escalation of its third lockdown imposed since early January Huh.
Night clubs are scheduled to reopen on 21 June.
Other countries have conducted large-scale trials. In Spain, a pilot concert by the Love of Lesbian group brought 5,000 people together in Barcelona on 27 March, where participants were subjected to an antigen test without distance but with an FFPA mask and before the concert.
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