The Snow Sports World Cup events will reopen to spectators in Switzerland. Admission to the 2021-2022 season will be reserved for people with a Covid certificate.
This content was published on October 14, 2021 – 15:32
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“During this difficult second World Cup season, the main goal of Swiss-ski and Swiss World Cup organizers is to ensure the smooth running of the competition,” the National Ski Association said. Said in a press releaseExternal link Today
He said the public will find competitions in “albeit a lost atmosphere for fans”, alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, ski jumping, snowboarding, skycross, freestyle skiing and telemark.
In addition to the famous Grandstand-like fan stands in the finish area of Adelboden, the public can also enjoy fan villages like Wengen, VIP hospitality services at various venues and party tents.
The medal ceremony is also expected to be open to the public. Event planners will launch soon or have already started pre-ticket sales through their regular channels.
“The need for a Covid-19 certificate for other sports over the past few weeks has proven its worth, so we are optimistic about the 2021-22 World Cup season,” said Swiss Sky World Cup Marketing Director Hanas Hoffer.
Until September 13, Swiss residents must present a Covid certificate (vaccination, recovery or recent negative test result) to enter indoor spaces such as restaurants, bars and museums.
The organizers of the World Cup in Switzerland and Switzerland have indicated that they will continue to maintain close ties with the cantonment and federal authorities. Depending on the evolution of the epidemic in Switzerland, adjustment in viewers’ perception is possible, they said.
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