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World Motor Sport Council decides to relax corona measures

Formula 1 has decided to relax corona measures at the World Motor Sport Council meeting. Last season, more and more measures were lifted, but now even a vaccination is no longer required to enter the F1 paddock. Article continues under ad Since early 2020, the coronavirus held the world in its grip. Measures followed everywhere, including in the F1 paddock. The 2020 and 2021 F1 calendars were adjusted as some countries introduced entry bans. All drivers, team members and journalists were also frequently tested during a race weekend. Last year, everything was already slowly returning to normal. With the virus slowing down, most countries are getting easier. Reason enough for the king class...
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