The country’s top flight league will proceed without spectators in the next two weeks in adherence to new Covid-19 measures.
Super League of Malawi – SULOM administrators have confirmed the development.
According to a statement signed by SULOM General Secretary, Williams Banda, the league will continue as per the released fixtures but with strict adherence of Covid-19 measures as per advice from the Presidential Taskforce on Covid-19.
Banda emphasizes that for the upcoming fixtures in the next 2 weeks, the games will be played without fans following a surge of the cases.
Meanwhile, SULOM has warned people who may be found around the stadia without formal assignments that they will be arrested by the police.
The top league administrators are however assuring fans that all necessary efforts will be made towards making sure that the matches are being followed while the games continue in closed venues.
“To supporters, efforts will be made to ensure that you to follow game proceedings while at home,” reads the statement.
As a way of making sure that the spread of Covid-19 is contained, the Presidential Taskforce on Covid-19 has directed that for the next 14 days, all public gatherings be restricted to 100 people and closing land borders in the same period.
Clubs are yet to comment on the development.