As reported by the BBC, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said today that the United Kingdom is in a “late” phase of the plan to combat COVID-19. There have been 596 confirmed cases in the British Isles. “We are considering banning important public events like sports games,” Johnson said. At the moment, the Premier League continues to be disputed and open door. On the other hand, Donald Trump, President of the United States, excluded the United Kingdom from the ban on flights within the European framework.The decision that the British Government can take will be highly relevant regarding the future of the Eurocup this summer. Seven of the matches in the tournament will be held at Wembley Stadium in London, while others will take place in Glasgow, Dublin and Cardiff. In Spain, Italy, Portugal, the Netherlands, Argentina and the NBA they have suspended their competitions. The Premier continues its courseAfter the appearance of the Prime Minister, the Premier League as a competition, has announced that the scheduled matches will continue to be held: “While the Prime Minister reported that all sporting events should take place as normal for now, also indicated that the Government is considering banning important public events, such as sports games. ““The well-being of players, staff and supporters is of utmost importance and we will continue to follow England’s Public Health guidelines in depth.“The Premier League explained in the note. So, and as long as the government does not alter the plan, football will continue to be played normally.