How Football Players and Fans can protect themselves from Coronavirus? (COVID-19)
Ludogorets arrived for Europa League clash with Inter Milan on 26th February 2020 wearing MASKS and GLOVES amid coronavirus outbreak in Italy
How is a football stadium disinfected? This is how you fight against the coronavirus
The Italian Government approved on Wednesday a decree in which, as regards sport, it is ordered that All competitions must be held behind closed doors until April 3, 2020, in the field of security measures for the outbreak of the coronavirus, which already causes 107 dead and more than 2,700 affected in the country.
That measure will allow to continue with the celebration of Serie A football, although without the possibility of gathering spectators in the stadiums, after four matches of the twenty-fifth day and six of the twenty-sixth day were postponed because of the alert for the coronavirus.
Given this situation, Naples, like many other stadiums, has already begun to take action and one of them is to disinfect every corner of its San Paolo stadium