The two top-tier soccer leagues in Germany are back on the field
This lockdown period in which most of the world is in right now had the intention of helping the curve of new infections of the global coronavirus pandemic to flatten. As fewer positive results are being seen in more countries, different sports leagues have started a comeback to their regular season activities. The top two tiers of German soccer, 1. Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga, are already back on the field, and, while this by no means diminished the impact that this pandemic has caused in the world stability and economy, the sooner people can take on normal activities, the faster the recovery will come.
Most major leagues across the globe, like the NBA, are already making a countdown of the days left for the basketball action to come back. There was even a 25-day plan created to get their players back in shape and ready to continue the regular season that was close to the finish. Germany, on the other hand, seems to be ready for sports activities as the Bundesliga tiers are getting ready to get back on the field. As the German soccer league prepares to resume, players are starting to warm up and are getting back to their practice field this week. By doing this gradual comeback, the soccer league is expecting to have all 36 stadiums hosting regular-season games as of the beginning of May.
Taiwan is another country that is feeling more confident to resume activities. The baseball league, which is played in the Chinese Professional Baseball League, restarted its season yesterday. Only time will give a better idea of how good the decision was to resume sports after just a month, but it certainly gives hope to the other sports leagues across the globe that it might not be much longer.