El Monaco Grand Prix de F1, the most important sporting event in the Principality, will be held with 7.500 viewers who must undergo a PCR test control of COVI-19. The competition will take place on May 23 within the framework of the fifth date of the 2021 championship of the specialty.
This is an exceptional public presence in the health context since in France, for example, outdoor sporting events will be able to meet the public that same May 19, but with a limit of 1.000 viewers.
In 2021, some spectators vaccinated or cured of COVID-19 were present on the first date of the tournament, the Bahrain GP, the 28th of March. The Emilia Romagna GP (Italy) and that of Portugal were contested behind closed doors, while the Spanish GP this weekend it will be able to host 1.000 people on Sunday.
The organizers already sold 4.000 entradas, he specified Christian tornatore, Commissioner General of the Monaco Automobile Club. "These 7.500 tickets correspond to one place in three, to allow for distances", he clarified.
In practice, on Thursday 20, Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 May, there will be no restriction on the origin of the public, who must present a PCR test at the border and to enter the circuit. Residents, employees of the Principality and Monegasques are exempt from the tests.