NUREMBERG (GERMANY) – The friendly match between Germany and Italy , scheduled for 31 March in Nuremberg, will not be played.
The German Football Association – the FIGC announces – received the communication from the city authorities that prohibit events of more than 100 people and consequently decided to cancel the race, which in recent days had already been scheduled behind closed doors due to the evolution of the coronavirus virus emergency (Covid-19).
Paderborn, the Bundesliga team, has been partially quarantined, after the discovery of a positivity to the coronavirus among the players, the first in the German top division.
After the positive test by Luca Kilian, national Under 21, 20 years old, the team doctor decided today to carry out 45 tests as a preventive measure.
"Anyone who has been with Kilian since March 5 in a small room, who has eaten near him or shook his hand is involved in the quarantine – the club said in a note – Home quarantine means staying in one's apartment and respecting a distance two meters with other people.
For players and club staff who have not been in direct contact with Kilian in the period indicated, life continues at the moment normally. "
The club, promoted this season in D1 and last in the standings, has not specified how many people or players are currently in quarantine.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano