The combined events were attended by 58,000 people, resulting in fairness 28 known cases, endorsed by the Events Research Program (ERP). Of the 28 cases, 11 were identified as “possibly contagious in an event,” while another 17 were marked as “possibly infected in or at the time of the event.”
The Brit Awards, with an audience of 3,500 people, there are zero linked cases in COVID-19. No word on the status of the vaccination.
Destruction of COVID events and cases (via Sky News):
- Liverpool’s Circus Nightclub hosted almost 7,000 people on two nights and recorded 10 cases
- The World Snooker Championship, which has reached more than 10,000 in 17 days, recorded six cases
- The Brit Awards, which hosted 3,500 music fans at London’s O2 arena, found zero cases
- The FA Cup semi-final and final, and the Carabao Cup final, recorded a combined eight cases out of nearly 30,000 attendees.
- A pilot at an outdoor festival at Liverpool’s Sefton Park, attended by more than 6,000 people, recorded two cases.
- The Reunion 5k run in Kempton Park, Surrey, recorded two cases from the 2,000 people who attended.
Events were monitored via cameras and Wi-Fi data used, while participants were also asked to take a series of tests.
The program’s chief advisors, Nicholas Hytner and David Ross, cautiously warned the report “will not make conclusive public health recommendations about also opening events at this stage,” and added that the studies occurred when the influx of COVID-19 was short. – READ MORE
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