the Champions League match between Liverpool and Atlético Madrid 11. march led to 41 people lost their lives because of coronaviruses.
It concludes a report by Britain's National Health Service (NHS), on the basis of data models. The newspaper The Sunday Times has come into possession of the report.
Here it appears that the 41 deaths occurred in the period between 25 and 35 days after the fight.
Ottendedelsfinalen 11. march was despite the spread of the coronavirus settled, with 52.000 spectators at Anfield, of which at least 3000 of the spectators had traveled from Madrid in order to follow the showdown, although the Spanish shutdown was in full swing.
Imperial College London and the University of Oxford have estimated that at the time of the fight should have been 640.000 coronasmittede Spanish and 100,000 coronasmittede britons. It is mørketal, which is far higher than the official smittetal at the time.
Jürgen Klopp was appalled by the fact that you settled the match with spectators, after the Spanish shutdown due to coronaudbruddet was in full swing. Photo: Phil Noble/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has, according to Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti called it a 'criminal act' to settle the fight with spectators.
I was in contact with Klopp earlier in the day. He said that it was a criminal act to play the battle with the tanks on the circumstances, " said Ancelotti in an interview with the Italian sportsavis the Corriere dello Sport at the end of march.
the Same day as the sold-out showdown at Anfield was the showdown between Paris Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund played in Paris for the empty grandstands.
the Settlement of hestevæddeløbet the Cheltenham Festival, with spectators in period 10.-13. march, according to the NHS report led to a 37 coronarelaterede deaths.
Photo: Carl Recine/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
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