Covid cannot be controlled. The confirmation comes from a figure on Scotland that raises the alarm for the European football championship in progress. According to the Scottish Department of Public Health, 32,000 Scottish citizens tested positive for Covid between 11 and 28 June, 1,991 of them attended at least one European-related event, whether it was a match in Hampden Park or Wembley, an event in the Glasgow Green fan zone, or an informal meeting in a bar or evening in a private house to watch the game.
Almost two-thirds of these cases, 1,294, concern people who were in London on 18 June, the date of the day-long match between Scotland and England; Of these, 397 were seated in the stands at Wembley. Due to health restrictions, only 2,600 tickets were awarded to Scottish fans, which did not stop several thousand fans from invading the English capital to experience the event up close.
Finally, a last datum, 90% of the cases identified related to Europeans concern men, 75% of them are included in an age group between 20 and 39 years. Meanwhile, in Italy the alarm went off in view of the match on Saturday 3 July scheduled at the Olympic Stadium, where the last match of the tournament will be played in Rome between England and Ukraine valid for the quarter-finals. The London government has urged England fans not to travel to Italy and cheer their national team from home.