‘Under the Series A policy, without a doubt, if anybody tests positive for COVID-19 inside a group, everything ends,’ states the Ministry of Health Sandra Zampa.
The government and the CTS (scientific committee), advised that changes needed to be made before they would allow restarting contact training on Monday and submitted the medical procedure back to the FIGC.
The most significant argument is that if someone inside the community, whether a player or a team member, tests positive for COVID-19 after group training has ended, then the whole squad goes into quarantine for 15 days.
After the group training has ended, if someone inside the community, whether a player or a team member, tests positive for COVID-19, then the whole squad goes into isolation for 15 days.
“Without hesitation, once someone in a group tests positive for COVID-19, it all ends.” Sandra Zampa, Undersecretary for the Ministry of Health, told.
“The quarantine is instant, and it stops the whole season. If you don’t stop, instead, you will be stopped by a virus. Loving football means taking care of the people working within it.”
“The main explanation we talk about the resumption of Series A is related to the economic effects.”