Serie A adopt new COVID protocol

Serie A take action in order to cope with the rapid increase of COVID-19 cases in the league. Earlier today, the league adopted a new protocol that will facilitate the scheduling of matches with regards to the number of COVID cases in each team.

According to ANSA, the new protocol dictates that clubs with 35% of players testing positive for the virus will not be allowed to play.

This rule has been introduced to improve the relations between the league and Italy’s regional health authorities as tension had risen between the two in the opening to 2022.

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