LaLiga published this Friday an informative note in which it urged “the affiliated clubs to start some ERTE to reduce working hours due to force majeure, enabled by the Government as an exceptional mechanism to avoid and mitigate the negative impact that COVID-19 is having on the sector and thus guarantee its subsequent recovery. “ Rayo Vallecano will follow LaLiga guidelines and apply an ERTE, as confirmed by sources from the franjirrojo club to AS. However, this weekend the details of it will be studied and decided. So nothing more has come out about how it could affect players, the coaching staff and the other employees of the entity.The LaLiga Executive Committee stated that it was necessary “to adopt measures in view of the serious economic crisis that the coronavirus is causing in the Spanish football industry. “In addition, said body wanted to influence that this sector represents 1.37% of GDP and employs about 185,000 people. At the moment, Las Palmas, Zaragoza, Racing and Ponferradina have already taken ERTE in Second.