Coronavirus: Juventus Match With Inter Called Off As Three Players Test Positive

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Coranavirus: Juventus Match With Inter Called Off As Three Players Test Positive

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Juventus football club have called off all training sessions as against today’s match with Inter Milan. They opted to put all their under-23 players in quarantine after three of their opponent players tested positive for Coranavirus.

The decision was announced yesterday evening, as their under-23 played Pianese, the team that had the illness spreading. Three of their under-23 players and a manager have been confirmed positive. However, non of Juve’s under 23 is positive.

It has now been confirmed, that the virus has risen to 1,128 in Italy, the fastest rate amongst the countries affected. The Juventus helm have called all their players to remain at home until at least March 8.

Many have opined that the disease will disrupt football for a while, as to this regard. It is already obvious, we all pray for a discovery of vaccines as everything pertaining to sport is stalled in all parts of Italy.

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