The Bundesliga could provide a plan for the NFL
the National Football League has time on his side as the sports world prepares to exit COVID-19 pandemic and I will use it to watch German football Bundesliga as a potential plan on how to deal with the outbreak.
the Nfl , which will begin on September 10 and has not yet seen its calendar affected by the novel coronavirus , is paying close attention to protocols other leagues, particularly the Bundesliga, are putting in place in a bid to restart play, according to a report in Newsday.
the top-flight Bundesliga season will restart on May 16, making it the first European league to resume amid the pandemic that has infected more than 3.95 million people globally and killed more than 270,000.
"We've been in contact with all domestic leagues, but also sports organizations around the world," Brian McCarthy, the Nfl 's vice president of communications, told Newsday.
We have a series of protocols, see what works, see what can be translated in our sport.
We are all in the sports business, but each sport has its own issues to attend to.
El mejor vuelo de Alemania se reanudará bajo estrictos protocolos de salud, sin ventiladores permitidos en the estadios.
Todos the equipos han tenido que ir a un campo de entrenamiento de siete días en completo aislamiento con the jugadores evaluados antes de su inclusión en the campos para reducir el riesgo de cualquier infección.
Alrededor de 300 personas, incluidos jugadores, personal y oficiales, estarán dentro y alrededor de the estadios durante the días de partido.
the Nfl unveiled its 2020 schedule on Thursday with the expectation of playing games with fans in the stadiums but is approaching the season with some caution.
League Commissioner Roger Goodell ha informado a the equipos que se les exigirá que tengan una política de reembolso de boletos para the juegos cancelados o interrumpidos.
McCarthy told Newsday: We are looking at what we can adopt, what we can modify that is working in other sports, sharing best practices.