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California’s Disneyland, outdoor stadiums could reopen April

California’s Disneyland, outdoor stadiums could reopen April

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March 5 (UPI) -- Disneyland could soon be opening its doors after California unveiled new guidelines Friday for the reopening of the state's theme parks. The California Department of Public Health announced it's restructuring its four-tier system dictating when outdoor amusement parks and sports stadiums can reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic. Advertisement Under the previous system, such establishments could only reopen when the county where they're located reached the yellow, or least-restrictive tier based on coronavirus numbers. The revamped system allows amusement parks to reopen with 15% capacity under the red, or second-strictest tier. Capacity grows to 25% under the third-strictest orange tier and 35% under the yellow tier. Outdoor sports and live performance venues can open to 1...

Crystal Palace seal dramatic smash-and-grab victory at Brighton, fans back in stadiums for final day of Premier League season, ‘Mourinho NOT to blame for Tottenham crisis’, Rice wants Lingard to stay at West Ham – football news and gossip LIVE

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Wow, what a weekend of Premier League action that was. From Everton’s historic victory over Liverpool at Anfield, to West Ham’s thrilling win against Tottenham, Man City beating Arsenal to make it 18 wins in a row and Bruno Fernandes continuing his stunning form as Manchester United beat Newcastle. And if that wasn’t good enough […] talkSPORT

Van Dijk Chelsea claim, Pickford VAR official back for Liverpool game, football fans could return to stadiums before Christmas, Fury vs Joshua still on for 2021 – sports news LIVE

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Listen to talkSPORT for all the latest sports news, gossip and expert views on the biggest talking points. And follow our live blog below for all the top stories throughout the day…   HEADLINES David Coote appointed VAR official for Liverpool vs Leicester for first time since failing to punish Jordan Pickford for horror tackle […] talkSPORT
Bowling alleys, stadiums and salons have lockdown rules eased – as mask fines doubled

Bowling alleys, stadiums and salons have lockdown rules eased – as mask fines doubled

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Fines of up to £3,200 for repeatedly not wearing a mask have been announced by Boris Johnson alongside eased lockdown measures for bowling alleys, casinos, skating rinks and beauty salons.The prime minister says he wants to ease lockdown rules to help people get back to work and enjoy things they have missed - but there will be tougher penalties for repeat offenders who flout the rules. The maximum fine for not wearing a mask is to be doubled from £1,600 to £3,200 and fines of up to £10,000 are planned for "senseless" people who host or organise illegal raves that put lives at risk.But at the same time, the PM says lockdown rules will be eased to allow:Bowling alleys, skating rinks and casinos to reopen for the first time as well as indoor play and soft play centresBeauty salons, tattoo st
Coronavirus: All Italian sport including England Six Nations game in empty stadiums

Coronavirus: All Italian sport including England Six Nations game in empty stadiums

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All sport in Italy, including England's men's and women's Six Nations matches and all Serie A games, will be played behind closed doors until 3 April in an effort to contain coronavirus, the government has said.Italy is the worst-hit European country with some 3,090 cases and 107 deaths.The Italian Cup semi-finals between Juventus and AC Milan and Napoli and Inter Milan were postponed this week. The government decree was made on Wednesday evening.England men's and women's sides play Italy in the Six Nations on 14 and 15 March. The issue will be discussed at a meeting on Thursday by the Six Nations organisers and the individual countries - and the matches in Italy could be postponed rather tha...