Players at Serie A side Parma have gone into disengagement after a staff part tried positive for the coronavirus, the club reported on Saturday.
Nonetheless, they will keep on preparing appropriately and their conflict with Bologna on Sunday will proceed as booked, as the entirety of their playing staff tried negative.
“Parma Calcio 1913 convey that the most recent arrangement of COVID-19 tests returned one positive outcome for an individual from non-playing staff,” a club explanation read.
“This individual was totally asymptomatic and has been instantly secluded as per the government and ecclesiastical mandates.
“The club likewise declare that every single other individual from the previously mentioned crew tried negative for COVID-19 and have started a time of disengagement and preparing focus, however they will have the option to proceed with their standard preparing exercises while being continually checked, in agreement to the current convention.”
All brandishing movement in Italy stopped on March 10. The nation was the first in Europe to be truly influenced by the coronavirus emergency.
Football came back to Italy on June 20, with Parma in real life away at Torino, and clubs have customary testing and are firmly observed by specialists who go to instructional meetings for any breaks of social separating guidelines.
Parma have persevered through a troublesome come back to action.They followed up a great 4-1 triumph away at Genoa with massacres in every one of their last four matches.