Jeremy Toljan, Sassuolo footballer: “The coronavirus shocked the Italians”

REGGIO EMILIA – Sassuolo footballer Jeremy Toljan spoke about the desperate reaction of the Italians to the spread of the coronavirus.

The statements made by Jeremy Toljan, Sassuolo footballer, in Sky Deutschland are reported by Corriere dello Sport:

“The country is in a state of shock. I see it from my teammates, they don't even have the courage to visit their older family members.

What will happen? We do not know. The club is waiting for the league's decisions. "

For now, no Sassuolo player has been infected with the coronavirus. In the last game played by the neroverdi, the center forward Ciccio Caputo exulted after the goal with a sign with a message for the Italians: "Stay at home".

This slogan is used to raise public awareness since the only real remedy against coronavirus is that of isolation since there is still no vaccine to defeat this disease.

But if Sassuolo has not yet accused of coronavirus cases, this cannot be said for all the other Serie A clubs.

In Juventus, Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi were infected, Sampdoria holds the record with 15 positive coronavirus members. Cases also for Fiorentina and Hellas Verona (the positivity of Zaccagni is news of the last hour).

Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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