The Italian government will allow the football stadiums to reopen to the public with sanitary measures despite the coronavirus epidemic. Emilia Romaña and Veneto had already approved limited reopenings for the day this weekend.
Spectators have to register via the Internet, keep their distance, wear a mask at the entrance and exit and remain seated without flags or banners during the game.
Radio 1 reported late Saturday that there could be up to 1,000 viewers per game until October 7th, in response to an urgent request from Serie A and despite protests from Serie B that they consider “incomprehensible”. that they don’t get the same approval.
The stadiums have been closed since March when the epidemic began in Europe. Professional sports were suspended for three and a half months, but activity resumed in June, albeit behind closed doors.
The latest official bulletin collects 1,638 new infections and 24 coronavirus deaths in the past 24 hours, fewer cases but more deaths than on Friday. In total, there are 296,569 cases and 35,692 deaths in Italy.