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Maybe sports aren’t too far away from coming back after all.
Germany’s top soccer league, the Bundesliga, has plans in place to resume playing league games in early May, according to The New York Times. Every major sports league worldwide has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, and leagues around the United States and Europe are trying to figure out when is the best time they can resume games in some capacity.
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According to the newspaper, Bundesliga CEO Christian Seifert said that games would resume in all 36 stadiums across the country of both the first and second divisions, and the season would conclude in June. Seifert told The Times that league executives have worked out how many people would be needed at matches in order for it to work.
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Germany has the fourth most confirmed coronavirus cases in Europe, but it has a low death rate compared to other countries around the world. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there were more than 103,000 cases and over 1,800 deaths in the country as of Wednesday.
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League powerhouse Bayern Munich is currently in first place in the Bundesliga with 55 points.
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