Players and staff must adhere to the following measures to safeguard their health during the first phase of training.
The Club’s medics will examine the health status of all team members on Wednesday. Two tests will be carried out (a PCR test and a serological test), beginning at 9am until the entire group has been tested. In addition, guidelines have been established for all staff involved in the return to work.
Obviously, each individual must maintain a minimum distance of two metres away from others and ensure they are correctly identified at all times via an ID accreditation. Two sets of training kits will be delivered to each player and they must get dressed for training at home. Furthermore, all professionals will be supplied with masks and gloves duly approved by the relevant health authorities. Each player will work with their own equipment individually: cones, pikes, including a football that cannot be passed to another teammate. Arrival to the stadium must be in private vehicles (always the same one), alone, and in stages. Access to the facilities will be carried out over 15-minute periods so as to avoid crossings. In the stadium, a group of a maximum of 12 players can train at a time, divided into two groups of six, spread out in different, adequately equipped work areas.