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The Eurovision Song Contest has been given permission to let 3,500 fans watch in person as part of a trial by the Dutch government.

The annual musical extravaganza will be staged at Rotterdam's Ahoy Arena in May, after being cancelled last year. 

Under the plan, the venue would be half full and fans would need a negative Covid test before being allowed in. 

Eurovision organisers welcomed the decision and said they would "consider the options now available". 

They said they would "announce more details in the coming weeks on how we can safely admit audiences to the Ahoy venue in Rotterdam should the situation allow". 

They added that the health and safety of attendees "remains our top priority" and that all artists and their delegations will follow a "strict protocol".

1 April 2021                                            Back to the headlines

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