No new COVID-19 cases in the Inter Milan squad. As reported by Corriere dello Sport’s edition. Inter have positive cases of Danilo D’Ambrosio, Samir, Stefan de Vrij and Matias Vecino. But other than that, no new positive cases have come from the testing conducted yesterday.
Further testing will take place today and the results of these tests will be learned tomorrow. Inter should have been playing Sassuolo tomorrow. The local health authority in Milan has ordered to cancel the football activities at Inter until Sunday. This is due to the recent cases at the club. So tomorrow’s match against Neroverdi has been called off. On Monday, Inter will get their players to undergo another round of covid testing. The club has also said in their statement that De Vrij and Vecino are both in quarantine at home.
No new COVID-19 cases for Inter after the latest round of testing
As a result of the covid cases at the club, Milan’s local health authority has enforced three measures in an attempt to prevent the further spread of the virus. So, the first of these measures, as announced by Inter’s statement, is that Inter must suspend all kinds of activity with their first team for four days, up to and including Sunday, March 21. The second measure is that Inter and Sassuolo will not take part in Saturday’s Serie A match at the San Siro. Also, the third measure is that none of Milan’s players will be going to their national teams for the upcoming international break.
Inter have had a total of 13 players test positive for COVID-19 since the start of the 2020-21 season. Now, in addition to these players, several members of the club staff, including the management, have tested positive. Of the handful of staff to test positive in recent weeks, four have recovered. But the Chief Executive Beppe is still positive at the moment.