Only two people occupy this stand for a match held behind closed doors between Rangers and Eastern. Photo: Felix Wong
Only two people occupy this stand for a match held behind closed doors between Rangers and Eastern. Photo: Felix Wong

Coronavirus: football chief worries about falling attendance ahead of government’s plan to impose tighter vaccination rules

  • Spectators wanting to enter government venues are required to be vaccinated from next month, prompting fears many will stay away
  • Players and club officials must follow the same guidelines, with HKFA chief Pui Kwan-kay saying it is the responsibility of every citizen to protect themselves and others

Topic |   Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA)
Only two people occupy this stand for a match held behind closed doors between Rangers and Eastern. Photo: Felix Wong
Only two people occupy this stand for a match held behind closed doors between Rangers and Eastern. Photo: Felix Wong
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