translated from Spanish: Including Serie A: Italian government suspends all sports activities and quarantines the country by coronavirus

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced today that the Government extends the northern country’s restrictive measures to the entire peninsula, thereby restricting movements throughout the territory to try to try contain the advance of the coronavirus.
“There will be no red zone, a restricted area of the country and no. Italy will be protected as a whole. It is about avoiding movements across the peninsula, with the exception of cases of necessity, for work or health reasons,” the prime minister said.
This measure involves, among other things, the suspension of all sporting events in the country, such as the famous Serie A. This measure is temporarily and until April 3.
“There is no reason for sporting events to continue,” said Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte at an appearance at the headquarters of the Rome Government Headquarters.
The Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI) had on Monday asked the Executive to approve by decree the decision approved by the Committee to suspend all sporting events in Italy until 3 April.
The coronavirus in Italy has already caused 463 deaths and there are 8,000 people currently infected.

Original source in Spanish

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