Premier League write Liverpool as 'emergency' changes set to return


Liverpool will have to return to stricter covid measures, according to reports

A BBC correspondent Dan Roan has claimed that the Premier League has written to its clubs telling them to return to 'emergency measures'.

These initially came in at the start of the season but have since been relaxed at clubs with high vaccine rates.

The measures include tighter protocols regarding social distancing, wearing masks and ensuring therapy is no longer than 15 minutes.

This comes after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Wednesday evening the country will be entering ‘Plan B’ in response to rising concern over the Omicron variant of covid-19.

Vaccine passports are to be introduced for nightclubs and large sporting events with more than 10,000 spectators.

As a result, Everton and Liverpool fans attending matches will need to have the NHS Covid pass, which requires two vaccinations.

It was confirmed, however, that a negative lateral flow test would also be accepted in place of two vaccinations.

Tottenham's clash with Brighton on Sunday has already been postponed after eight players and five members of staff tested positive for covid-19 in the Spurs camp.

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