UEFA have initiated a series of anti-COVID-19 measures this evening for after PSG’s clash with Dortmund, which is already being played behind closed doors owing to virus fears.
The body has cancelled all post-match press conferences and banned the usual press gaggle with players at full-time.
Around 500 people will be present inside the Parc des Princes tonight to watch the game, despite it being officially behind closed doors, according to L’Équipe, PSG President Nasser al Khelaifi will be one of those individuals.
Aside from the players and coaching and technical staff of both teams, around 250 individuals involved in the broadcasting of the match in various countries will also be present.
Specifically, individuals from the following five channels: RMC Sport (France), Sky Germany (Germany), Fox Sports (South America), Nent (Northern Europe) and BeIN Sports (Africa).
4 photographers have also been granted access to this match.
A smattering of VIPs will also be allowed to watch the match from inside the stadium, including the Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo. UEFA will be represented at the clash by eight of their officials. There will also be minimal staff that includes medical personnel, policemen, waiters and cooks to serve the PSG board representatives in the VIP area, as well as a few stewards.