Spectators will have to present a vaccination card against the COVID-19 in order to gain access into the stadium, the Confederation of African Football, CAF has confirmed.
During a press conference in Yaounde on Thursday, December 16, the Secretary General of CAF, Veron Mosengo Omba confirmed they will be strict on the measured.
According to a joint statement signed the Secretary General of CAF, the Minister of Public Health, Dr Malachie Manaouda, the Minister of Sports and Physical Education, Prof Narcisse Mouelle Kombi and the first Vice President of the Cameroon Football Federation, Céline Eko, access into the stadium will require a vaccination card and a negative COVID-19 test of not more that 72 hours or a negative TDR test within 24 hours.
Alongside the Minister of Public Health, the CAF scribe stressed all measures will be put in place to ensure spectators are safe during the competition.
On his part, the Minister of Public Health, Dr Malachie Manaouda stressed government has taken the necessary measures to boost screening during the tournament but also make available the vaccines for all to be vaccinated.