Manchester United to introduce Covid spot checks for fans attending Saturday’s game against Newcastle at Old Trafford when Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to play for first time since rejoining the Red Devils
- Manchester United are to introduce Covid-19 certification spot checks
- Move in expectation of it becoming mandatory to enter stadiums next month
- Fans asked to show they have had two jabs or a negative test in past 48 hours
- However, it will not be a mandatory requirement to gain entry to Old Trafford
Manchester United have warned fans to be ready for Covid spot checks at Old Trafford starting this weekend.
The club announced on Monday that the new measures are being introduced for Saturday’s home game against Newcastle when Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to play for the first time since returning to United after 12 years.
Supporters aged 18 and over should be prepared to demonstrate that they have had two Covid vaccinations or a negative test within 48 hours of the game.
Manchester United are to introduce Covid spot checks at Saturday’s game with Newcastle
It will not be a mandatory requirement to gain entry to Old Trafford, and fans who are unable to provide the necessary proof will still be allowed in providing they have not tested positive for Covid.
But United expect it to become mandatory from October 1 following advice from the Government and Premier League with more trials being rolled out across the top-flight this month.
Fans under 18 years of age will not be required to demonstrate their Covid status, but United are encouraging them to have an up-to-date lateral flow test before attending a match.
Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to play for the first time since returning to United after 12 years
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