Lima, December 31, 2021Updated on 12/31/2021 09:31 am
The coronavirus outbreak is affecting Europe and teams from major leagues announced infected players daily. On this occasion, Inter Milan from Serie A in Italy reported – through a statement – three positive cases of COVID-19 in the first team.
“FC Internazionale Milano announces that Alex Cordaz, Edin Dzeko and Martin Satriano tested positive for coronavirus after tests carried out yesterday at Appiano Gentile”, The club detailed so the aforementioned athletes would miss the match against Bologna next Thursday, January 6.
Likewise, the ‘Negriazules’ mentioned that the three footballers are complying with the mandatory social isolation in their respective homes to prevent the spread of the virus. In addition, they comply with all health protocols.
It is important to mention that teams such as Napoli, Salernitana, Genoa and Fiorentina have also detected cases of coronavirus in the squad.
Italy Series B suspended due to COVID-19 outbreak
A week ago, the Italian Serie B authorities announced the suspension of their matches due to the fear generated by the coronavirus outbreak and the appearance of the Omicron variant in European countries.
The president of the competition, Mauro Balata, announced that it was decided to resume the tournament on January 13. “While the 15 and 22 of that month will be played those that should be played in the Christmas period”said the manager to the ANSA agency.