We were hoping for a date, a calendar. “It is still too early” cut short Roxana Marcanineanu about an experiment envisaged for the return of the public in the sports facilities. This Saturday morning in Lyon, the Minister of Sports met Jean-Michel Aulas, Yann Roubert and Gaëtan Müller, respectively presidents of OL, Lou and Asvel, and all very motivated to lend their sports facilities to tests.
Sport in the service of science
“I came to Lyon to see where we could carry out experiments where sport could be at the service of science and the Ministry of Health. Sport knows how to deal with its top athletes, knows how to work in a bubble when ‘it’s about organizing events. We have in sport this ability to have access to an audience that will be motivated to come back as quickly as possible and that will be able to follow the instructions given to them in the context of a experimentation before the event, during the event and especially afterwards, because it will be very important to be able to follow whether there is a broadcast or not when people come to see a sports show, ”explained the Minister.
Towards spectator tracking
If there is any experimentation, it will be carried out in a very scientific framework, with probably traced spectators: “Nothing is stopped, but new technologies exist to better identify, trace isolate. There are also vaccines, different types of All these new crisis management data will have to be used in the protocols presented to us “added Roxana Marcineanu.
The Lyon file will be brought to an interministerial committee
The minister left Lyon with a large file under her arm, the result of work initiated many months ago in Lyon. For all that, will the city and its sports facilities be selected to conduct the experiments? “Nothing has been finalized but we will bring the file to a ministerial committee from Tuesday. There will be further consultations.”
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