The Spanish city in which PAOK will be on Wednesday (28/10) for the match with the homonymous team is in… red. On Sunday (25/10) 1.361 cases of coronavirus were recorded.
The situation in the city of Granada and the wider region of Andalusia is quite difficult regarding the second wave of the pandemic that has also hit Spain.
Things about Covid-19 are gone! Typical are the numbers announced on Sunday (25/10) and speak of a negative record of 1.361 new cases in the city of Granada, which is almost half (3.149 in total) of those found throughout Andalusia.
The Andalusian regional government has imposed a traffic ban on the city of Granada and imposed restrictions on the entire administrative district, as fears are expressed about the collapse of the healthcare system.
The risk in Andalusia is real, as every day the average number of hospital admissions due to coronavirus is 175 people.
PAOK departs on Wednesday morning (28/10) for the city of Granada in view of the match for the 2nd match of the group stage of the Europa League.