Serie A likely to resume games behind closed doors despite spike of death rate in Italy claims Italian Newspaper; La Republica.
Serie A has been paused over the weeks due to the scary increase in the number of deaths caused by the COVID-19 outbreak but La Republica newspaper has claimed the Italian league might resume games soon.
In details, the reports on the newspaper went on to entail that the matches will be played behind closed doors as the Body will also aim to keep the players away from the public to avoid the contraction of the virus.
But back there in Italy, the games have been paused and hopefully to resume by April 3rd amid the COVID-19 global pandemic. This clashes the reports/claims from the 44-year-old Italian daily general-interest newspaper.
Also, Inter Milan who had kept its players on 2-weeks self-isolation amid Juventus defender, Daniele Rugani testing positive to the virus after Inter Milan vs Juventus match, has today released the players to return to their families after several tests and examinations which none appeared positive.
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Marcelo Brozovic was the first to hurry home to his family in Croatia where a heavy earthquake recently happened as the midfielder chooses to be with his family and friends during this hard time.
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Matias Vecino and Diego Godin are also returning to Uruguay where the COVID-19 is lesser than any other country. It appears they are gonna be safer at home, while the Italian Government battle to end the COVID-19 spread.
Other players are expected to train in their homes in Italy. All these recent updates diminish the authenticity of La Republica’s report but the newspaper is as well claiming Serie A is considering this step due to the amount of money it is likely to lose if they don’t.
Serie A would likely lose roughly €720m if the season doesn’t resume soon, and that gives some meanings to what La Republica is reporting.
Be it as it may, we all wish for this global worry to be wiped off overnight and it’s likely we might be seeing that soon, with several positive reports coming in.Embed from Getty Images
From no new cases of infections in some countries, reduced death rates, companies partnering to find the cure to the aged and largely infected recovering within days.
There is still hope for us.