The Spanish government has given the green light for Spanish la Liga to resume following an announcement on Saturday.
Another giant step has been taken as the Spanish government granted permission to La Liga to resume group training starting from Monday.
La Liga was suspended on March 14 due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
This is a boost for the league towards the proposed plan of la Liga resuming in June, German Bundesliga resumed on Saturday playing in an empty stadium without fans.
Spanish top two divisions resumed Individual training last week, with regular testing and adherence to social distancing guidelines.
According to an official statement by the government on Saturday, professional sports clubs “may carry out complete training sessions” while “complying with the corresponding prevention and hygiene measures”.
The statement said up to 14 team members can be allowed to train at once starting from Monday, La Liga has, however, reduced that number to 10.
Spain is one of the worst-hit countries in the world with 277,719 confirmed cases and 27,650 deaths related to the coronavirus infection.
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