Liverpool’s Champions League coordinate with Atletico Madrid on March 11, will be examined by the city’s gathering, to decide the effect it might have had on the spread of COVID-19.
The World Health Organization proclaimed the coronavirus episode a pandemic, around the same time the apparatus was played.
Around 52,000 fans were in participation at Anfield, with around 3,000 fans making the excursion from Spain.
“Liverpool City Council, nearby accomplices at the University of Liverpool and John Moores University, have consented to investigate any effect of Covid-19 because of the Atletico Madrid coordinate at Anfield on March 11,” a representative for Liverpool City Council said.
“Liverpool City Council’s general wellbeing group, nearby accomplices are at present evaluating the size and extent of the task.”
City hall leader of Madrid, Jose Luis Martinez-Almeida, has said it was a “botch” for fans to go to England.
Atletico beat the Premier League pioneers 3-2 in their round-of-16 second-leg coordinate.
It was the last Champions League installation to be played with fans present, before the opposition was suspended.