Music fans in Barcelona had fast COVID-19 tests in front of going to a stage performance on Saturday in a preliminary that, if practical, could give a course to recuperation to the desolated unrecorded music industry in Spain and past.
Approximately 5,000 individuals will go to the sold-out show for the Spanish independent band Love of Lesbian. They won’t be needed to notice social separating. Participants should wear face veils all through the show in the Palau Sant Jordi field.
“(This show) is about the energy of going out, devouring society, and moving in a pretty much safe climate,” said Sebastian, 47, an educator stretching out beyond the show. “We will move and make some extraordinary memories.”
The pilot show, which wellbeing specialists have affirmed, will fill in as a test for whether comparative occasions will want to fire up once more.
“It will be more secure to be in the Palau Sant Jordi than strolling down the road,” show co-coordinator Jordi Herreruela told Reuters.
Pre-show testing was offered at three areas in Barcelona and 80 medical caretakers wearing complete close to home defensive hardware. A few groups jumped as medical attendants cleaned their noses.
By early afternoon, of the 2,400 individuals previously screened, three had tried positive. One had come into contact with a positive case, Dr Josep Maria Libre, one of the specialists directing the testing, told Reuters. They would not have the option to go to the show and would get a discount.
Participants got the consequences of their antigen tests in 10 to 15 minutes through an application on their telephones. The test and a cover were remembered for the ticket cost.
“Individuals have seen completely the actions we’re embracing,” said co-coordinator Dani Poveda.
“It is an exceptionally responsive crowd… We realize everybody will be viewing at this show as a potential model for how to continue to progress in the battle against the pandemic, which has caused such a lot of harm, both to our area and numerous others.”