Liverpool, England, was the scene of the pre-epidemic scenes on Thursday. About 3,000 people danced to the music in a place where they filled their anger without masks and without social distance rules.
Euronews to your news by; Thursday’s event was one of a series of pilot applications to test how long coronavirus measures can last. Young people who took the Covid-19 test 24 hours before entering the concert area were asked to take a new test five days after the concert. The results will show how far the virus has passed under the current conditions and whether it is safe to remove the measures.
Experts will look at the likelihood of the virus spreading and how the structure of the space, such as ventilation, plays a role in transmission.
As part of the pilot scheme, the same venue will host 5,000 people at a concert by Blossoms on Saturday. In the third round, the final match of the FA Cup on May 15 will be watched by 21,000 people at Wembley Stadium in London.
In the UK, where the Covid-19 ban was gradually lifted, all stores opened on April 12, and dining and drinking facilities began serving outdoors. From May 17, enterprises in the service sector will be able to continue their activities indoors. In a country where more than half of the population is vaccinated, all ban on the epidemic is expected to be lifted by the end of June and life will return to normal.