A government decree has ruled that all sporting events, including matches in Serie A, will now be played behind closed doors until April 3 as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
The virus is continuing to spread across Italy, with the number of cases in the country continuing to increase by the day.
Italy has already become the worst affected European country, and precautionary measures are continuing to be taken in order to prevent further outbreaks.
Official: new COVID decree measures here in Italy. All sports events – also Serie A – can only be done behind closed doors for 30 days. No more fans in the stadiums. The measures will be effective until April 3.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) March 4, 2020
A number of games in Serie A have been postponed or played behind closed doors in recent weeks as a result of the virus.
It’s not been confirmed (via Football Italia) that all sporting events, including Serie A matches, will be played behind closed doors until April 3.
It was recently proposed