The international music contest Eurovision-2021 will be held in a new cut-down format amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the organizing committee of the event.
Eurovision guests from other countries will be advised to self-isolate five days before leaving for the Netherlands, and they must have a negative COVID-19 test 72 hours before the flight.
Delegations from other countries will be required to stay at the hotel during times when they are not rehearsing or participating in the show. Stage workers, artists, and journalists will regularly take the COIVD-19 tests.
The number of people in delegations will be reduced. 500 journalists will be able to attend the site, and another 1,000 will work in the online press center.
22:13, June 26Tom Cruise may get up to $200 million for 'Top Gun: Maverick'
20:08, June 26Britney Spears’ husband: 'She cheated on me an hour after the wedding'
19:12, June 26Elvis Presley family criticizes Baz Luhrmann's new biopic about singer
18:19, June 26Natalie Portman admits to starring in Marvel Cinematic Universe movie for her kids
17:15, June 26Prince William jokes about his baldness: he is not at all embarrassed by problem
16:19, June 26Kylie Jenner proves she lost 60lbs from her second pregnancy
15:12, June 26Michael Jackson's home robbed shortly after the star's death
14:11, June 26Cate Blanchett joins Netflix's 'School for Good and Evil' fantasy
13:11, June 26Jennifer Aniston reconciles with her father and presents him Emmy
11:11, June 26Billie Eilish speaks out against abortion ban in US
10:14, June 26'The biggest insult!': Charles' gesture offends Meghan and Harry
23:01, June 25Madonna kisses woman on stage during concert