5. Hygienic-sanitary measures in sports venues once the competition returns after the alarm state.6. If a team tests positive, does the competition stop?7. Organization of the 2020/2021 season calendar to respect the 21-day vacation period in relation to the current season.8. ERTEs situation in clubs that receive public subsidies (RFEF, administrations, etc.).9. Competition plans for intermittent confinements, in the event of not finding a vaccine quickly.10. Effects for professional athletes who serve in Spanish clubs of the decisions that can be taken by national and international organizations, if applicable, on the issues mentioned in points 2, 4, 5 and 6 above.eleven. Measures that guarantee the daily, weekly rest and vacations of professional athletes once the current state of confinement has ended.12. Petition for aid for players who are in need and may be deprived of their income in the future due to the economic problems that clubs may suffer in the future, especially in the less favored categories and that do not count with Guarantee Funds, or in case of insufficient funds.13. There is no correlation between the unemployment contributions paid and what is actually charged when applying the partiality of the contracts. If a player charges € 2,000, he is unemployed for € 2,000, but if he has a 30% partiality, he only receives benefits as if he were contributing € 600. Many 2nd and Third Division footballers with 25% partialities will see that their salaries of € 1000 remain at € 125, when a normal worker would be discharged full time and would receive € 750.14. Preparation of a prevention plan with various measures to be applied to possible successive confinements while awaiting the appearance, development and massive distribution of an effective vaccine to deal with Covid-19. The Association of Spanish Soccer Players (AFE), chaired by David Aganzo, has issued a statement asking the Higher Sports Council (CSD) and at Ministry of Labor, Migrations and Social Security and at Ministry of Health, Consumption and Social Welfare, open a dialog path to analyze the situation of the soccer team before the effects of the coronavirus crisis in Spanish football.This is the full statement from AFE:The Spanish Footballers Association (AFE) has sent a letter to Irene Lozano, president of the Superior Sports Council (CSD), in order to open a way of dialogue to analyze different issues that affect the soccer team in the current situation in the country.AFE has transferred a series of fundamental questions for footballers, which have to do with labor and organizational aspects of sports discipline, an initiative aimed at maintaining a necessary dialogue and cooperation, especially at this time, everyone being aware that the priority now is public health.In the letter it is reported that AFE will proceed in the same way with the Ministry of Labor, Migrations and Social Security and the Ministry of Health, Consumption and Social Welfare, to which the concerns of this union in the defense of the rights of footballers will also be transferred.The matters that AFE considers important to debate and analyze are the following:1. Situation of the different ERTEs in the field of soccer.two. Extension of contracts beyond what is established in them.3. Athletes’ Commission to report ERTEs to the different General Directorates of Labor.Four. Return to competition – reincorporation protocol.