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Background_FIFACOM_COVID19_2
Background_FIFACOM_COVID19_2

COVID-19 resource centre

Health comes first and should remain everyone’s priority until the coronavirus has been defeated. With the world facing new challenges, FIFA has been partnering with the United Nations (UN) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to provide guidance to people to protect their health and wellbeing. In addition, FIFA has published a set recommendations and guidelines to address football regulatory issues.

Health comes first and should remain everyone’s priority until the coronavirus has been defeated. With the world facing new challenges, FIFA has been partnering with the United Nations (UN) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to provide guidance to people to protect their health and wellbeing. In addition, FIFA has published a set recommendations and guidelines to address football regulatory issues.

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Five steps to kicking out coronavirus
Five steps to kicking out coronavirus

Five steps to kicking out coronavirus

Joint FIFA and WHO campaign that provides five key steps for people to follow to protect their health in line with WHO guidance, focused on hand washing, coughing etiquette, not touching your face, physical distance and staying home if feeling unwell.

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#BeActive #HealthyAtHome
#BeActive #HealthyAtHome

#BeActive #HealthyAtHome

FIFA has joined forces with the UN and the WHO in supporting the #BeActive campaign launched on the UN International Day of Sport for Development and Peace to encourage people to be #HealthyAtHome as the world comes together in the fight against COVID-19, today and every day.

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Football regulatory issues
Football regulatory issues

Football regulatory issues

Following the unprecedented disruption caused by COVID-19 at all levels of football, FIFA has worked on a series of recommendations and guidelines to address some of the key practical issues arising from the pandemic, especially with regard to player contracts and the transfer system generally.

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Football supports humanity's heroes
Football supports humanity's heroes

Football supports humanity's heroes

To show appreciation for the efforts made and risks braved by healthcare workers and other professionals who are giving their all to ensure society continues to function in the face of the coronavirus, football stars both past and present have come together to pay tribute to humanity’s heroes.

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#SafeHome campaign
#SafeHome campaign

#SafeHome campaign

FIFA, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Commission have joined forces to launch the #SafeHome campaign to support women and children at risk of domestic violence. The campaign is a joint response from the three institutions to the recent spikes in reports of domestic violence as stay-at-home measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 have put women and children experiencing abuse at greater risk.

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FIFA, WHO and football stakeholders draft medical tool
FIFA, WHO and football stakeholders draft medical tool

FIFA, WHO and football stakeholders draft medical tool

FIFA, WHO and football stakeholders have shared a medical considerations and risk assessment tool with FIFA's 211 member associations, the six continental confederations and other stakeholders.

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COVID-19 Relief Plan
COVID-19 Relief Plan

COVID-19 Relief Plan

The FIFA Council unanimously approved the FIFA COVID‑19 Relief Plan, which was designed by the FIFA administration in close cooperation with representatives of the confederations. Across its three stages, this global support plan will make available up to USD 1.5 billion to assist the football community.

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