Secure Bubble Concept Approved For VNL 2021

LAUSANNE, Switzerland, January 26, 2021 - The Volleyball Nations League (VNL) 2021 will be held with a secure bubble concept to ensure the health of all athletes and stakeholders involved and preserve the original format of the flagship annual event.

Tuesday 26 de January del 2021 07:00 AM

The bubble concept will protect the health of all participants by accommodating all 16 teams per gender in one country in a safe environment with frequent COVID-19 testing, significantly minimising the risk of virus transmission.

The matches in a round robin format and the finals will be hosted in one venue, preserving the original format of the VNL with the same number of matches per gender.

Developed in close consultation with the event’s main stakeholders, the concept was approved by the VNL Council during its latest videoconference meeting earlier today.

Following the approval of the VNL Council, the FIVB will advance negotiations with interested organisers and aim to announce the host country or countries and the match schedule in February 2021.

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent travel restrictions, the FIVB is committed to minimising international travel and creating a safe environment to protect the health and wellbeing of all participants.

 

 

 

Secure Bubble Concept Approved For VNL 2021

 

LAUSANNE, Switzerland, January 26, 2021 - The Volleyball Nations League (VNL) 2021 will be held with a secure bubble concept to ensure the health of all athletes and stakeholders involved and preserve the original format of the flagship annual event.

 

The bubble concept will protect the health of all participants by accommodating all 16 teams per gender in one country in a safe environment with frequent COVID-19 testing, significantly minimising the risk of virus transmission.

 

The matches in a round robin format and the finals will be hosted in one venue, preserving the original format of the VNL with the same number of matches per gender.

 

Developed in close consultation with the event’s main stakeholders, the concept was approved by the VNL Council during its latest videoconference meeting earlier today.

 

Following the approval of the VNL Council, the FIVB will advance negotiations with interested organisers and aim to announce the host country or countries and the match schedule in February 2021.

 

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent travel restrictions, the FIVB is committed to minimising international travel and creating a safe environment to protect the health and wellbeing of all participants.

 

 

Aprueban Concepto de Burbuja Segura LNV 2021

 

LAUSANA, Suiza, 26 de enero de 2021 - La Liga de Naciones de Voleibol (VNL) 2021 se llevará a cabo con un concepto de burbuja segura para garantizar la salud de todos los atletas y partes interesadas involucradas y preservar el formato original del evento insignia anual.

El concepto de burbuja protegerá la salud de todos los participantes al alojar a los 16 equipos por género en un país en un ambiente seguro con pruebas frecuentes de COVID-19, minimizando significativamente el riesgo de transmisión del virus.

Los partidos en formato round robin y las finales se llevarán a cabo en un solo lugar, conservando el formato original de la VNL con el mismo número de partidos por género.

Desarrollado en estrecha consulta con las principales partes interesadas del evento, el concepto fue aprobado por el Consejo de VNL durante su última reunión por videoconferencia hoy.

Tras la aprobación del Consejo de la VNL, la FIVB avanzará en las negociaciones con los organizadores interesados ​​y tendrá como objetivo anunciar el país o países anfitriones y el calendario de partidos en febrero de 2021.

 

A la luz de la pandemia de COVID-19 en curso y las subsiguientes restricciones de viaje, la FIVB se compromete a minimizar los viajes internacionales y a crear un entorno seguro para proteger la salud y el bienestar de todos los participantes.

 

Publicado por: Norceca.info
Fuente: Norceca.net



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