Health director Bjørn Guldvog (62) says he is unsure whether UEFA’s legislation is sufficient in the current infection situation. Ole Erik Stavrum (53) believes that the test regime is strict enough as it is.
On Wednesday night, the health director stated that
Today, the UEFA protocol replaces the usual quarantine provisions with a strict test regime.
– The protocol will not provide the same protection when the basic infection in society is very high. Therefore, we believe there is reason to reconsider this, said Guldvog.
A change in this will mean that it will be very difficult for Molde to complete the remaining matches in the Europa League.
– I am surprised that he puts the entire test system at risk after it has been going on for many months. I’m surprised and I’m not sure if he sees the consequence. The consequences are unpredictable and can in the worst case put the end of the Elite Series in jeopardy, NFF’s competition director, Nils Fisketjønn, told VG.
Molde director Ole Erik Stavrum says that he “thinks it is worthwhile to keep sports and culture going”.
– For us, it is very important to contribute to us all winning this common battle against corona. At the same time, we think that we must be able to have two thoughts in our head at the same time. We are very concerned about infection control, life and health. At the same time, we think it is important to have some positive things that happen to get normalcy in everyday life, says Stavrum.
Recently, Molde was in London to face Arsenal – a match.
– When we were in London, I did not see a human being, since we are not allowed to leave the hotel.
Molde also ruined the gold party at Bodø / Glimt:
The UEFA protocol requires that Molde live completely separate from the outside world.