Borussia Dortmund will be able to continue their Bundesliga campaign over the coming month, while Germany goes into a full lockdown to stem COVID-19 spread.
The Government and Health Ministers in Germany have decided to go back into a full lockdown as of Wednesday this week in order to stem the surging COVID-19 numbers. This is an aggressive lockdown closing all non-essential shops, schools and services until at least January 10th, 2021 as they deal with another wave of Coronavirus cases.
Not only will non-essentials be closed but they have reduced family gatherings over the holidays from 10 people to 5 in a further attempt to stop any potential spread.
While the country heads into a hard lockdown, Germany’s Health Minister, Jens Spahn, has declared the Bundesliga and other professional sports leagues will continue in the meantime. Continue reading