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COVID-19: The stadium in New York was transformed into a field hospital

New York was the hot spot for COVID-19, so the US Open yard complex was used as a field hospital.

Tennis Center in New York is temporarily used as a field hospital to treat patients COVID-19. The yard is housed with 350 temporary beds to treat people infected with COVID-19.

New York is one of the hottest areas of the COVID-19 epidemic, the city’s infectious disease treatment hospitals are overcrowded. As a result, this tennis court cluster temporarily makes the hospital shared with other hospitals.

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 outbreak, sports stadiums and stadiums have been turned into field hospitals, especially in China, from the legendary Brazilian football stadium of Maracana to the cluster. racket for one of these four Grand Slams.

Another development said that this week the fate of Wimbledon (British Open) will be decided. Most likely, the British organizers will cancel this year. France’s Roland Garros, meanwhile, has only postponed until October, while the US expansion is unclear.

Anyway, the corona virus outbreak has caused many collective activities from many fields to be halted, including sports. Because of canceled or delayed events, the large stadium was left empty. Therefore, the transition to a field hospital to reduce the burden on other hospitals is essential.

Not only the US football field, Brazil’s 1950 and 2014 World Cup football pitches have been used as a field hospital against Covid-19. Among the stadiums that were requisitioned as the anti-pandemic Covid-19 in Brazil, there was the Maracana Stadium, where the 1950 and 2014 World Cup finals took place. field hospital with scale of 2,000 beds. The Pacaembu Stadium accommodates 45,000 seats, has hosted matches at the 1950 World Cup, and the latest is the 2011 Copa Libertadores final. Many other clubs in Brazil such as Corinthians, Santos, Sao Paulo and Goias also confirmed, ready ceding their field to Covid-19 as a defense.

US Stadium Model Can Accommodate 1 Million Audiences

American sculptor Paul Pfeiffer has just caught the attention of world sports fans when he launched a stadium model that can accommodate 1 million spectators.

‘Vitruvian Experiments’ is a model of a stadium made by a sculptor born in Hawaii (USA) and is on display here. Pfeiffer said he is determined to make this 1 million audience model a reality. This will be an extremely impressive and unique project.

The 54-year-old American sculptor designed the ‘Vitruvian Experiments’ inspired by the Sydney Olympic Stadium (Australia) inaugurated in 1999 for the 2000 Olympic Games. And for this reason, he decided to give birth to a model with ambitious ideas about the biggest stadium ever! It is a 3-meter-high sculpture designed with a grand audience of 1 million seats. It can be seen that the magnificence and aesthetics of this model are enormous, which can make an impression at first sight. What a bold and remarkable idea!

So far, the largest stadium in the world is Rungrado 1st of May in Pyongyang, North Korea. The country has announced that the stadium has a capacity of 150,000 people but actually has about 114,000 seats. Second place is the Barcelona Camp Nou Camp (Spain) with a capacity of over 99,354 people, followed by Estadio Azteca in Mexico (95,500 seats), Azadi (Tehran, Iran – 95,225 seats) and Soccer City ( Johannesburg, South Africa – 94,736 seats).

If the idea of ‘Vitruvian Experiments‘ comes true, this will be a terrible stadium. Because the largest stadium in the world today has not even reached the number of 200,000 people. Implementing this idea is unthinkable for the time being. However, we can absolutely hope it will be an interesting target for the great ambitions of world sports and cannot be done. Therefore, time will prove Mr. Pfeiffer’s idea of a 1-million-man stadium capacity. Will there be a stadium capable of welcoming so many spectators?