The Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) has allowed fans and all stakeholders to return to stadia after the Ministry of Health lifted COVID-19 restrictions.
After seeking guidance from the Ministry of Health, spectators will be allowed back in stadia within the specified Covid-19 guidelines.
“We have taken note of the pronouncements by the Ministry of Health over the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions in the country and are pleased to announce that fans will be allowed to return to stadia for league matches,” said FAZ General Secretary Adrian Kashala.
“We, however, advise clubs to strictly adhere to the Covid-19 guidelines which include regular disinfection of their premises, masking up, sanitizing, and social distancing. We also urge clubs to encourage their players, officials, and fans to take up the option of vaccination as part of helping reduce the risk of infection.”
Minister of Health Sylvia Masebo announced the lifting of the Covid-19 restrictions on Friday and indicated that Zambia has been removed from the red list and upgraded to green arising from the reduction in the numbers of infections.
Green Buffaloes are at the top of the table with 13 points from five matches. Buildcoin and Nkwanzi are second and third respectively on the log with 10 points.