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Real Madrid exempt from quarantine in the UK

27 July, 2020

Real Madrid exempt from quarantine in the UK. You can play the game against Manchester City without isolation for two weeks. The British country allows quarantine to be skipped when it comes to sporting events.

Real Madrid looking for the comeback

On August 7, Real Madrid will face the Pep Guardiola team in the Champions League. The round of 16 will be played at the Etihad Stadium. A game that will be played behind closed doors, without an audience, but with the same emotion as always and for the fight for a place in the quarterfinals. In the first leg at the Santiago Bernabéu, Manchester City beat Real Madrid by a goal to two. And the white club craves the comeback.

It comes at a good physical and mental moment. In LaLiga he has won ten of the eleven games that remained to be played. Zidanne’s team prepares from tomorrow Tuesday the most decisive game of the season. After winning the League championship just a week ago, the Merengue club is working to stay alive in the European competition. The goal of merengue is to reach Lisbon undefeated and play the final on August 25. To do this you must first beat the English team.

Prevention measures against coronavirus

The British Government has established an exception in its own rule to allow sporting events to be played without quarantine. Thus the events of Champions, the British Grand Prix of Formula 1 and a series of international cricket matches are exempt from quarantine. For this reason, Real Madrid is exempt from quarantine in the UK. The United Kingdom requires Spaniards who want to travel to the country to be fourteen days old, as a preventive measure for the coronavirus. The British country has excluded Spain from the list of safe countries, due to the massive outbreaks that are happening throughout the country.

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