Fans come back to the stands after a five-day lockdown in Melbourne.
That Crowd noise There is a real in Melbourne Park today as the outbreak of coronovirus cases after Victoria State re-emerged from a five-day lockdown that is unrelated to the tournament.
According to tournament director Craig Riley, only 7,477 fans will be allowed per season. Fans are able to conform to the procedures that took place at the start of the tournament, either indoors or when they are unable to distance themselves socially.
“Last week we had our first real experience of playing live with fans in the stands and the atmosphere,” Tyle said. Announcement Inviting fans back. “The players appreciated the opportunity to compete in front of a crowd for the first time in nearly a year, and how passionate many people were to reconnect with fans.”
Australia went into a snap lockdown on Friday after Victoria’s case was counted at 13.. The high restrictions prevented residents who were not considered necessary exceptions were not at home with the minimum exception, ending at 11:59 pm on Wednesday, Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews Announced, After No new cases were declared from over 39,000 trials.
There were 25 active cases of the virus in the last 24 hours, one of which was attributed to a person living outside the country, according to Victoria health Department.
The lockdown did not affect players or many others associated with the Australian Open as they were considered essential employees by the government.