On Friday, May 8th, South Korean football K-league kicked off its matches with safety measures in place (such as water bottle labeling). They did tests for 1,100 staff and players, and all results were negative. Many people from around the world have been missing live sports, thus making this year's kick-off of K-league more popular than it has ever been in the 37 years of the league's existence. "We hope fans will forget about the virus when they watch the K-League," says Kwon Oh-gap, league president.

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