GBK Jakarta Stadium is Ready to Use in the 2020 League Season

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Petugas menyemprotkan cairan disinfektan di Kompleks Stadion Utama Gelora Bung Karno (SUGBK), Senayan, Jakarta, Kamis (26/3/2020).Penyemprotan disinfektan tersebut untuk mencegah penyebaran virus corona (COVID-19) di area tersebut. ANTARA FOTO/Puspa Perwitasari/ama.
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NUSADAILY.COM-JAKARTA – Gelora Bung Karno Main Stadium (SUGBK) is ready to be used to continue the Indonesian soccer league season 2020. Thus said Director of the Bung Karno Gelora Complex Management Center (PPKGBK) Winarto.

“Physically, SUGBK is ready. Later, if the grass is used in good condition because it has always been treated even though there has been no match since March 2020, “Winarto was quoted Tuesday, June 9, 2020.

The GBK region, Winarto continued, also has a health protocol that was implemented when it was first opened in the midst of a corona virus pandemic (COVID-19) on Friday (5/6). Precisely at the time of the implementation of the Jakarta transition PSBB.

All GBK visitors must be checked and wear masks. Then, have to wash hands and keep their distance.

“Visitors must not cluster. We also have officers who patrol and routinely give announcements through loudspeakers, “said Winarto.

If the soccer competition returns, similar health protocols will be applied.

In addition, the PPKGBK will also adjust to the health protocol provided by PSSI.

“Technical issues regarding health protocols can be discussed later. And it also needs to be spelled out whether the match will take place with or without an audience, “Winarto said.

Winarto acknowledged that the situation would be complicated if spectators could enter the stadium. Because, that means having to check all those present one by one with the COVID-19 prevention protocol.

“That’s pretty heavy. For example, those who compete in clubs like Persija, Persib or Persebaya, the number of supporters who come can be 60 thousand people. That, right, prone. However, this provision depends on PSSI later, “said Winarto.

Wait for the Exco PSSI Meeting
PSSI has made plans to continue the League 1 and 2 season 2020 starting September or October 2020. After being closed since March 2020 due to the corona virus pandemic (COVID-19),

If it returns to rolling, PSSI recommends that the entire competition be held on Java. This is to suppress the spread of COVID-19. However, officially there has been no determination regarding the stadium location of the match.

Then, the initial discourse, all league matches will take place without spectators. However, it can adjust to the current conditions.

PSSI will still hold an executive committee meeting (Exco) to make final decisions on league matters including technical and scheduling. However, until this news was revealed, there was no official information about when the meeting was held. (yos)