The Paris Police Prefecture has enacted new rules for the Champions League final between PSG and Bayern on Sunday evening.
This Champions League final between PSG and Bayern can not be celebrated as it should on Sunday if it smiles at the club in the capital. Between health measures and security instructions, the Parisians will not be completely free to move about and do their things before, during and after the meeting.
While 3,000 law enforcement officials and some 300 firefighters will be deployed in the city of Paris alone on Sunday, the police headquarters have announced new rules for this historic final. Wearing a mask will therefore be compulsory on the Champs-Élysées and around the Parc des Princes. For a period of at least two days, between Sunday morning 8 a.m. and Tuesday morning 8 a.m. Offenders exposing themselves to systematic verbalization.
” Regular checks will be carried out “, Warns the Parisian prefecture, which has also set a limit to any post-match festivities:” gatherings will only be allowed within two hours of the end of the match “. In other words, if the final is played in regular time, i.e. until 11 p.m., it will not be possible to celebrate the outcome beyond 1 a.m. This in order to limit the ” risk of disturbances to public order “.
On the occasion of the Champions League final which will take place this Sunday 23 August, the @prefpolice will set up a specific system in the Champs-Elysées sector, as well as around the Parc des Princes. https://t.co/gyAhVM0jpo
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– Police Prefecture (@prefpolice) August 22, 2020
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