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Roland Garros may have up to 13,146 spectators in the stands

Roland Garros will be able to host spectators. Until June 8 included, 5,388 spectators will be able to access. As of the 9th of the same month, the capacity will rise to 13,146, thanks to the government authorization to increase the limit to 65% of the capacity, as announced by the general director of the French Tennis Federation, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra. the government’s sanitary measures to fight the coronavirus pandemic, until June 8, the 16 tracks at Roland Garros (from May 30 to June 13) will have a maximum capacity of 35% of their capacity and a ceiling of 1,000 people, which gives 5,388 daily viewers. As of June 9, the maximum capacity goes to 65% and the ceiling to 5,000 people for each facility.On the other hand, the FFT did not obtain the repeal of the curfew for Roland Garros, which passes at 9:00 p.m. on May 19 and at 11:00 p.m. on June 9. With these times, no spectator will be able to witness the first nights, a first at the French Grand Slam. And they will only be able to receive public from June 9, when the curfew is lengthened. This day of June 9 will therefore be the one that can receive the most public: 13,146 viewers, since from this date the capacity rises to 65% capacity and you can attend night games. As the tournament progresses, the number of courts used in the venue will decrease and, consequently, so will the number of daily spectators. In normal seasons, the Roland Garros stadium can accommodate up to 38,436 spectators per day. Last year, the pandemic forced organizers to make no more than 1,000 a day.Mandatory sanitary proof The 12-hectare site of Roland Garros will be divided into six plots with 16 tracks that the public can access. However, “free movement” between the different tracks will be allowed, said the president of the FFT, Gilles Moretton. “There will be controls so that the capacity is not exceeded on each track,” he added. On the other hand, a health receipt will be required for spectators who want to enter the Roland Garros stadium, announced Amélie Oudéa-Castéra. Spectators must thus present «the result of a negative PCR or antigen test of less than 48 hours, or a vaccination certificate or a remission certificate, that is to say that the person has had a positive test more than two weeks ago and less than six months ”with which he cannot transmit the disease, explained Oudéa-Castéra.

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