“Please stay home and follow the rules,” Conte said in a video message posted on Inter official channel.
Conte: Please stay at home
Inter’s boss Antonio Conte called on people to stay home. To abide by the rules amid the ongoing coronavirus emergency in Italy. Outside of China, Italy has suffered the most from the virus – by the virus named COVID-19 – with over 1,400 deaths recorded in at least 21,100 cases. The global pandemic forced the postponement of all sports, including Serie A. Until April 3 in Italy, where the country is in a lock with all stores except food stores and pharmacies. “Please stay home and follow the rules,” Conte said in a video message posted on Inter official channel.
Antonio and Inter team are isolated
“This is the only way to counter this emergency.”It is a problematic and challenging moment, but if we stick together, we can handle it. Do not give up!” Conte is isolated, along with his Inter team, after coming into contact with Juventus defender Daniele Rugani – who contracted the coronavirus. Daniele was the first Serie A footballer to test positive for COVID-19. This alarmingly quickly spread throughout the country, while Manolo Gabbiadini was among the Sampdoria players who signed the virus. On March 8, Juventus beat Inter 2-0 at the Allianz stadium in a closed position. Thanks to which the current Italian champions stayed on course to maintain their crown.
Inter takes first place in the standings of Serie A by one point ahead of Lazio after 26 hits, while The Bianconeri is now in third place behind the pace by nine points. It is not yet known when the 2019-20 season will resume. It is now believed that several major European leagues are considering the possibility of altogether abolishing the season, as efforts are continuing to curb the spread of coronavirus.