The possibility of the races holding depends on receiving the approval from the Ministry of Health, but as Jerez is already in Phase One of Spain’s lockdown de-escalation, there shouldn’t be too many issues.
After the initial two races in Spain, the next race would be held in, Brno, Czech Republic, for the Czech Grand Prix, before moving on to Austria where two races will take place at the Red Bull Ring.
From Austria, the MotoGP would head to Barcelona, Spain, at Montmelo for just one race. The San Marino and Italian Grand Prix events will most likely go ahead in Misano.
From Italy, MotoGP heads back to Spain, this time to MotorLand Aragon for two weekends, before the 2020 championship comes to its conclusion with another double Grand Prix in Valencia at the Ricardo Tormo de Cheste Circuit.
There are possibilities that all the races would be held, but without the attendance of fans due to the pandemic. All participants will be quarantined for 14 days before the first Grand Prix, while all 1,300 members of the paddock will be tested before and during the rest of the World Championship.