The resumption of the Peruvian Championship was postponed this weekend due to new health risks linked to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Peruvian government has announced that the matches to mark the resumption of the Championship, from this Saturday to Monday, have again been postponed due to the health risks linked to the coronavirus pandemic. No new date has been set for these meetings of the seventh day, only one of which was played behind closed doors on Friday evening, between Universitario de Deportes and Cantolao (0-0). read also Peruvian club sacks its entire workforce However, the presence for this match of many supporters who came to meet near the National Stadium, without the slightest respect for health rules (eight people were even arrested by the police), led the authorities to postpone the other meetings of the weekend. end in Lima. As long as the conditions necessary to avoid massive contamination with the coronavirus are not met, the competition will not resume, the Peruvian Minister of Sports, Gustavo San Martin, informed this Saturday on RPP radio. The Peruvian Championship has been suspended for five months. And the Covid-19 has caused the deaths of more than 20,000 people in the country.