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Gianni Infantino The President Of Fifa Is Flying To London From The Red List Country Of Brazil

FIFA’s president is currently flying to London from Brazil, which has been placed on the international’red list’ owing to catastrophic Covid circumstances.

Gianni Infantino was in Rio de Janeiro to witness Lionel Messi win his first major international trophy as Argentina defeated Brazil in the Copa America final.

Mr Infantino is reportedly on his way to Wembley Stadium to watch England take on Italy in the Euro 2020 final.

Brazil has the world’s second-highest COVID-19 mortality toll, with only the United States having more deaths.

But, as part of a deal to retain the Euro 2020 championships in England, football VIPs will be allowed to visit the country without having to go through quarantine.

Visitors agreed not to leave their football ‘bubbles’ as part of a deal that exempted UEFA and FIFA officials, as well as sponsors, politicians, and broadcasters, from the self-isolation requirements when they arrived in the UK.

Gianni Infantino had been in Rio de Janeiro seeing Lionel Messi win his first major international trophy as Argentina defeated Brazil in the Copa America final (pictured: Lionel Messi of Argentina welcomes FIFA President Gianni Infantino, July 10) The government has allowed more than 60,000 fans to attend the final three Euro 2020 events if they can show proof of two vaccine doses or a recess.

More than 60,000 supporters have been granted permission to attend the final three games if they can show proof of two vaccine doses or a recent negative test.

As a result of the change, the London-stadium, the England team’s home venue, will be at 75% capacity.

According to data provided by the country’s Health Ministry on Saturday, there were 1,205 COVID-19 deaths and 48,504 additional cases in Brazil, which remains on the travel’red list.’

There have been 532,893 coronavirus deaths and 19,069,003 total confirmed cases in the South American country.

According to reports, the VIPs would be required to give a negative test before leaving for the UK and will be subjected to testing during their stay.

They will also be limited to staying in specific hotels and attending official meetings and sporting events.

According to the New York Times, the majority of the VIPs will fly in and out on the same day as the match.

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