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COVID-19 matchday protocols

AS the country continues to battle against the challenges posed by COVID-19, the club would like to remind supporters of the protocols we have in place which are designed to protect supporters, staff and players.

AS the country continues to battle against the challenges posed by COVID-19, the club would like to remind supporters of the protocols we have in place which are designed to protect supporters, staff and players.

As positive cases remain significant, every effort must be made to limit the risk and spread of the infection.

All players have been told to maintain social-distancing protocols and politely decline selfies and autographs at this time.

QPR CEO Lee Hoos said: “As a club, we pride ourselves on the very close relationship that exists between our players and fans.

“We all look forward to the day when we can return to a closer normality. For now, we must remain vigilant.

“As you may have noticed, we have yet to reintroduce matchday mascots and we continue to strictly limit the number of people who come into close contact with the squad.

“While I understand the desire of supporters to meet with the players before or after a fixture, it is in the best interests of all of us for this to be restricted.

“I hope our fans understand why this continues to be necessary.”

Dr Imtiaz Ahmad, QPR’s Head of Medical, added: “The players are naturally in close contact with each other. Every effort must be made to limit the potential for infection because, at the very least, this could have a significant impact on player availability.

“Although the risk has reduced compared to last season, COVID-19 is still present and we must do all we can to protect ourselves from it.”

 

I hope our fans understand why this continues to be necessary.

Lee Hoos
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