Inter Milan has added more positive fire to the expected Serie A resume as they release current test results.
The Milan based side reported today on their official website stating that none of the club members tested positive after a recent COVID-19 test conducted by the medical team.
This report might likely shorten the June 13th resumption date given earlier on as the Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte has also recently permitted for Serie A teams to resume full squad training from May 18th.
Bundesliga already resumed yesterday as well as Korean leagues. Serie A will be the next in line amid the Premier League resumption date yet to be decided.
Other teams are expected to report on the health of their players and staffs just like Inter Milan did.
Below is an official statement from the club’s website.
MILAN – FC Internazionale Milano announces that all of the results from Friday’s medical tests on the Club’s players, coaching staff, management staff and the remainder of the team group have returned as negative.
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