translated from Spanish: Italy authorizes reopening of football stadiums despite Covid-19

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Spectators will have to register via the Internet, maintain physical distance, wear masks at the entrance and exit and stay seated during the match, without flags or banners.

The Italian government will allow the reopening of football stadiums with health measures despite the coronavirus epidemic. Emilia Romagna and Veneto had already authorized limited reopenings for this weekend’s day. Spectators will have to register via the Internet, maintain physical distance, wear masks at the entrance and exit and stay seated during the match, without flags or banners. Radio 1 has reported that there may be up to 1,000 spectators per game until October 7 in response to an urgent Series A request and despite Serie B protests, which they consider «incomprehensible» not to be given the same authorization. The stadiums were closed since March, when the epidemic began in Europe. The professional sport was suspended for three and a half months, but in June it resumed activity, albeit behind closed doors. The latest official bulletin includes 1,638 new contagions and 24 coronavirus deaths in the last 24 hours, fewer cases but more dead than Friday. In total Italy totals 296,569 cases and 35,692 deaths.



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