Eurovision’s Noisy Fans are Back Despite Dutch Pandemic
Europe’s most popular cultural event Eurovision had been canceled last year due to the pandemic. Reports state that it is to go ahead this year in Rotterdam even though the Netherlands is battling a third wave of the pandemic.
Organizers are adamant that Eurovision 2021 can be conducted safely. They say it can bring hope and signal the start of Europe’s long-anticipated revival of live events. Performers and their delegations will take part along with a maximum of 3,500 audiences.
Tickets are only available to those who bought them for the 2020 canceled show, and there will be none to the wider public. All visitors will have to show negative test results no more than 24 hours old to enter the arena.
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