The Euroleague updates the prevention protocol against COVID-19

The Euroleague has updated the protocols health and safety by COVID-19 and special regulations for the 2021-22 season, for both the EuroLeague and the EuroCup, in those with hardly any changes compared to last season.

Each club must have a person in charge, COVID-19 Manager, and there will be a maximum number of people on the playing court and in the playing area changing rooms.

Players, coaches and referees must pass a PCR test three days before each match (two for matches in which play home) and a post-match test, with the exception -and this is the main novelty- of those people who have been vaccinated with the full regimen or who have passed the disease and received later medical authorization.

If a match must be suspended for any reason, it can be rescheduled up to three times and the League will provide an alternative court if necessary.

Matches will not be rescheduled after the following deadlines: April 12, 2022 for the EuroCup regular season and April 14, April 2022 for the Euroleague regular season and May 6, 2022 for the qualifiers of this competition.

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