Good news on the subject of football and Covid-19 comes from Naples who in the evening announced with a tweet like all tampons made this morning to the members of the team group (in the ‘bubble’ of Castel Volturno) are negative results. Problems instead for Udinese, Monza and Brescia not to mention the positivity in Verona (here the deepening) and the return of the Under 21 Gabbia and Plizzari to Italy (the rest of the group tested negative).
NAPLES: ALL NEGATIVE
UDINESE: A POSITIVE (BUT NOT AMONG THE PLAYERS)
Udinese announces that this afternoon’s friendly match against Pordenone is canceled, as a precaution, due to the positive COVID 19 of a member, neither a player nor a member of the technical staff, of the Udinese team group. As a consequence of this, as required by the regulations, the whole team group was placed in home self-isolation. The training program remains unchanged according to the protocols in force.
MONZA: THREE NEW POSITIVES
AC Monza informs that, after the last cycle of swabs performed, three other cases of positivity to Covid-19 have been found within the team group. The three players are completely asymptomatic, and as per health regulations in force, they were immediately placed in home quarantine. For all other team members who tested negative for swabs, training will continue as required by federal protocol.
BRESCIA: TWO POSITIVES
Brescia announces that, after the medical and health tests carried out and the first round of swabs, the positivity of a card holder is confirmed. Today’s checks also highlighted a second positive in the Team Group. Both, in full compliance with the anti-Covid 19 regulations in force, will remain in isolation.