MILAN – Ashley Young , Inter's footballer, has spent words of praise for the Italians for their ability to face the coronavirus in the best way.
His social statements are reported by sport.sky.it.
“I wanted to share my thoughts since I currently live in Italy, the epicenter of the virus.
Realistically going to a supermarket is now the main risk , because in these places the virus can spread and you can run the risk of being infected.
In Italy when you go there there is a surprising calm: no struggles for food, no empty shelves and no quarrel with the staff about limitations or anything else!
In almost all cases it is usually only one person who makes purchases for a family! Supermarkets have limited the number of people entering, so it's never too crowded!
If you have to take the elevator with another person, stand on the opposite side and face the wall.
Always use gloves since you get out of the car, and only remove them when you get back in.
Use a mask to keep your nose and mouth covered. Always respect the safety distance.
This is what we are doing here in Italy, it is not an excessive reaction, we must be safe. And others should do it too. It's not horrible, it's a way to keep your distance and help save lives . ”
Coronavirus, all Inter players who have left Italy.
Most of Inter's foreign players have left Italy to join their family abroad.
Romelu Lukaku, who in the past few days had said he misses his mother and son, has left for Belgium, and for England Moses, Young and Eriksen who has spent the last two weeks alone in Appiano Gentile after the closure of the hotel where he was staying.
Diego Godin also flew to Uruguay, while Brozovic and Handanovic had left Italy yesterday.
Foreign players got the go-ahead from the club after spending fifteen days in home isolation after contacting Daniele Rugani in Juventus-Inter.
No footballer showed symptoms and therefore the club did not perform coronavirus verification swabs.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano