Up to 5,000 fans will be allowed to attend the semi-finals of the African Champions League in Tunisia and Morocco on Saturday.
In a statement released on Friday, CAF said the decision was made after receiving a request from the guest member and government approvals – and health authorities of the respective host countries.
Morocco and Tunisia have some of the highest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths on the continent.
Four-time winner Esperance de Tunis welcomes defending champions Al Ahly at the Stade Olympique De Rades, Tunis, while the two-time winner Wydad Athletic Club receives the Kaizer Chiefs at the Complexe Mohamed V Stadium in Casablanca.
« CAF has emphasized that all medical precautions related to the CAF Covid-19 health protocols are followed at all times should be « , it says in the statement.
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