Football Supporters are barred from watching super league matches, Super League of Malawi says.
The ban follows government’s decision to reduce public gatherings to just 100 due to an upsurge in new Covid-19 caseloads.
Minister of Health alongside Chairperson for the Presidential Taskforce on Covid-19 announced the fresh measures which will last until 05 January 2021, on Tuesday in Lilongwe.
The Super League of Malawi would like to advise the clubs that the TNM games will proceed as per released fixtures with strict adherence to the Presidential Covid-19 guidelines and directives, read a statement from SULOM.
Kindly be informed that games shall be played without spectators for the next two weeks as directed by the Taskforce on Covid-19, it added.
In view of this SULOM has implored upon all club and match officials to mask up, sanitize, wash hands and social distance.
In the meantime, the country’s law enforcement agencies have been called upon to enhance safety and security in all match venues.
The said said: ” To supporters efforts will be made to ensure that you follow the game proceedings while home.
“It will be a misconduct to find supporters around stadium premises and law enforcers are advised to arrest all those loitering within Stadium premises without due responsibilities.
Meanwhile, SULOM says all those dully sanctioned to provide services will be accredited.”