The latest statement, from the monitoring commission and [league 564] shares deep compassion with the people affected by coronavirus in Spain.
“Both the RFEF and La Liga wish to express our greatest public gratitude to all those who are dedicating their best efforts to provide essential services to the Spanish people, and also share our condolences for all the deceased and a warm embrace from the world of soccer to the many families that are losing loved ones.”
As the statement follows; La Liga remains suspended indefinitely since there is not any optimistic outlook for the pandemics coming to a near end.
At the time of interruption [team 83] was only 2 points ahead of [team 3468] and some real drama was still to be expected. La Liga estimates the total loss as high as £629,89 million. From the amount £508,80 million of the £1,54 billion in TV rights, £81,60 million for La Liga TV subscriptions and £38,39 million at stadium box offices. These numbers include also [league 567] and regional football leagues. La Liga did not confirm if any of the clubs might face existential problems like in the case of the [league 301], where half of the French football clubs might go bankrupt.
In Spain, with 35 212 registered corona cases and 2 316 victims on Tuesday 24th morning, the crisis has not yet reached the peak.