Although the stadiums in the Eredivisie will remain empty for the time being, Feyenoord club doctor Casper van Eijck is continuing his research into the risk of infection during matches in professional football. According to him, the first results are ‘promising and hopeful’.
“We have the first data of the match against FC Twente”, says Van Eijck in the Dickvoormekaar podcast from Football International. “There have been three thousand people, five of whom have registered with the GGD with a positive test. Those people are now being examined to see whether all five have the same virus and whether it is likely that they contracted it during the competition. So that investigation is ongoing. And the number we have tracked down, five that is, is unbelievably low and therefore very beautiful, promising and hopeful.
The details of the home game with ADO Den Haag will be announced soon. “That takes about seven days, because then people get complaints. So that is why next week will be important for us. Then we will look at all viruses or we can characterize them and see where they come from. We also examined the sewage water. So again, it just continues. It is a pity that we cannot continue the pilot we have set up against Twente and ADO, because it went smoothly, we were happy and satisfied. As soon as it is possible again, we will continue with it to work.”
Van Eijck has mixed feelings about the cabinet’s decision not to admit fans anymore. “But what it is based on, Joost may know. If you see how the audience in De Kuip behaved on Sunday, yes, then I think that we are on the right track with making people aware of what is going on. . “
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