The Colombian president Iván Duque ruled out the CONMEBOL proposal of allowing 30% fans in the stadium for the upcoming Copa America 2021.
Colombian health authorities are not fond of allowing the fans inside the stadium after COVID-19 hit the world. The country decided to ban all supporters from entering stadiums in Barranquilla, Medellín, Cali, and the capital, Bogotá — the four cities scheduled to host the tournament.
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The tournament, which was scheduled to kick off last year was forced to be postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak around the world. Nevertheless, the host countries has been working since last year to hold a safer tournament without any fans in the stand.
Argentina and Chile will play in the opening match of Copa America 2021 at El Monumental on June 11. Bolivia, Brazil, Peru, Venezuela, Argentina, Colombia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Ecuador, and Chile will be playing for the South American glory.