Credit: Vangelis Stolis
Credit Vangelis Stolis

Maximum indoor capacity allowed in Greece has been reduced to 1.000 fans or 10%, as means to combat the spread of COVID and the Omicron mutation, the country's Minister of Health Thanos Plevris announced.

The measure will take effect starting from January 3 and through January 16. The Greek government will be forced to take additional measures if clubs don't abide by those guidelines, Plevris added. 

According to the new guidelines, fans will be allowed up to 10%, with a "ceiling" of 1.000 spectators, who will be season holders and fully vaccinated.

However, it remains to be decided how clubs will allocate the available seats to their ticket holders, since -for instance- Panathinaikos and Olympiacos respectively have sold far more.

With the new measures in place, Panathinaikos will be forced to host CSKA Moscow on January 12 and Maccabi Tel Aviv two days later with 1.000 fans, while the same will apply to Olympiacos who will be receiving Zenit Saint Petersburg on January 13.

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