sport news Rugby fans return to the grandstands in the Premiership as Harlequins host Bath

Rugby fans return to the grandstands in the Premiership as Harlequins host Bath in front of an expected 3,500 people as it is hoped it will lead to a wider audience return after Covid-19 hiatus

By Kieran Lynch For Mailonline

Published: 14:32 BST, 5 September 2020 | Updated: 14:32 BST, 5 September 2020

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Fans have returned to the grandstands for Rugby Premiership action under the government's regulations for coronavirus test events. 

Around 2,700 members of the public were allowed to buy tickets for this afternoon's match between Harlequins and Bath.

And with sundry sponsors, squad members, media, caterers and stewards, it takes the capacity up to 3,500. 

Fans have returned to the grandstands in the Rugby Premiership as Harlequins host Bath

Fans have returned to the grandstands in the Rugby Premiership as Harlequins host Bath

Fans have been given set times to leave and arrive and seperated around the Stoop

Fans have been given set times to leave and arrive and seperated around the Stoop

Strict measures over social distancing are in place with spectactors given set times to leave and arrive from the Stoop, and have been spread around all four sides of

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