- Formula resumed on Sunday after Covid-19 break
- All tested have tested negative for the coronavirus
- The grand prix will take place in Austria at Spielberg’s Red Bull Ring on Sunday
- Mental Health and Psychosocial considerations during the COVID-19 pandemic
Organizers of Formula one announced zero positive tests for coronavirus ahead of return on Sunday after a long delay due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It will take place in Austria at Spielberg’s Red Bull Ring and the restart has been boosted by the news that none of the tests conducted for coronavirus turned positive.
In a statement, the organizers informed that the tests taken on all personnel have all turned negative.
‘The FIA and Formula 1 can today confirm that between Friday 26th June and Thursday 2nd July, 4,032 drivers, teams and personnel were tested for Covid-19. Of these, zero people have tested positive.’
In preparations for this year’s event, strict health protocols and guidelines have been imposed with teams being tested before flying out from their respective countries and personnel attending the circuit undergoing a test every five days, while there are daily temperature checks prior to entering the facility.
Moreover, team personnel have also been kept in bubbles, away from other teams, and from colleagues in different departments.