There is a full house at Puskas Arena in the Hungarian capital tonight. A rarity in a corona age where half-empty grandstands have been the norm at football matches.
As the only one of the 11 host cities at the European Football Championship, the Hungarian government has allowed the European Championship matches in the city to be played without limitation on how many can be admitted.
That’s why there are 61,000 spectators right now the stadium in Budapest for the match between Hungary and Portugal in Budapest.
It is estimated that 5.3 million of Hungary’s 9.8 million inhabitants had become vaccinated against corona before the European Championship finals began, writes The Independent.