Players participating in a 10-team, 36-game German Basketball Bundesliga (BBL) tournament slated to start in Munich on Saturday are being asked to wear chips monitoring their movements.
The league is isolating players, coaches, referees and other staff during the three-week tournament to limit the risk of infection. Each team will have up to 22 people in one location. The league submitted hygiene and safety protocols to authorities and political bodies for approval, including plans for about 2,750 COVID-19 tests.
NBA team and league officials are paying close attention to the resumption of play in Germany, sources said, as it has implications for the NBA’s plans to resume play in Orlando, Florida, on July 31.
— Premier League (@premierleague) June 5, 2020
La scienza ha spiegato più volte come crisi sanitaria sia legata a cura per l’ambiente
La nostra salute dipenderà dall’attenzione che riserveremo a sfida ambientale e cambiamenti climatici
Un pianeta B non esiste, avanti con il Green New Deal #giornatamondialedellambiente
— laura boldrini (@lauraboldrini) June 5, 2020
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