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Bayern Munich practice social distancing during COVID-19 lockdown

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Published on April 16, 2020 - Duration: 02:59s

Bayern Munich practice social distancing during COVID-19 lockdown

Bayern Munich coached by Hansi Flick hold a further training session after Bundesliga clubs returned to training last week after almost a month off due to the COVID-19 crisis.

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Bayern Munich practice social distancing during COVID-19 lockdown

RESENDING WITH COMPLETE SCRIPT VIDEO SHOWS: BAYERN MUNICH TRAINING SESSION AS THE CLUB AWAITS NEXT WEEK'S MEETING OF GERMANY'S FOOTBALL LEAGUE (DFL) TO DISCUSS EFFECTS OF CORONAVIRUS ON SUSPENDED BUNDESLIGA SHOWS: MUNICH, GERMANY (APRIL 15, 2020) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1.

BAYERN MUNICH COACH HANSI FLICK ON PITCH 2.

NOTE ON FENCE, READING (German): "BE RESPONSIBLE AND REMEMBER THE NECESSARY DISTANCE OF 1.5 METRES BETWEEN EACH OTHER" 3.

GOALKEEPER MANUEL NEUER IN GOAL 4.

FENCE / PITCH 5.

NEUER IN GOAL 6.

VARIOUS OF TRAINING IN PROGRESS 7.

FLICK SPEAKING TO PLAYERS 8.

FLICK ON PITCH 9.

VARIOUS OF NEUER IN GOAL 10.

DEFENDER JEROME BOATENG 11.

FLICK SPEAKING TO PLAYERS 12.

VARIOUS OF NEUER IN GOAL 13.

NEUER STRETCHING 14.

BAYERN LOGO ON SIDE OF BUILDING 15.

VARIOUS EXTERIORS OF BUILDING STORY: Bayern Munich coached by Hansi Flick held a further training session on Wednesday (April 15) after Bundesliga clubs returned to training last week after almost a month off due to the COVID-19 crisis.

Players are still being kept at a safe distance from each other and a note on the fence of the training ground asked potential spectators to remember to keep a safety distance of 1.5 metres to each other.

Squads have been split into small groups or even pairs under strict measures to contain the spread of the new coronavirus, which has infected 130,450 and killed 3,569 people in Germany as of Thursday (April 16), according to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) for infectious diseases.

Despite the resumption of training the German Football League (DFL) made it clear it was not known if or when the season would resume.

The season has been suspended until at least April 30 with the DFL due to meet next Thursdayto decide the next step.

(Production: Niklas Woschek, Marcus Nagle, Michele Sani)

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