Italian Minister for Sport, Vincenzo Spadafora has given the all-clear for Serie A fixtures to resume, with matchday 27 set to take place on June 20. The decision was reached in a video conference meeting on Thursday, involving Spadafora, the Lega Serie A, Players’ Association, FIGC, and Association of Italian Sports Medics.
Serie A games were put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the last game played on March 9. They are set to play 127 games over the span of 50 days. Four outstanding matches from Week 25 that were postponed include Atalanta-Sassuolo, Inter-Sampdoria, Torino-Parma, and Verona-Cagliari.
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The CTS (technical-scientific committee) approved the medical protocol for matches and one of them states that if one member of the squad or staff tests positive for COVID-19, then the entire Team Group must remain isolated for 14 days in their training ground. The individual who tests positive will be quarantined.