On Saturday, one of the pianess players had flu symptoms of fever and headache, and it was reported that he might have been infected by the virus when he took the train to visit his parents in Emilia. The player has not been in the training ground since the onset of symptoms, but he had lunch with his teammates. The novel coronavirus was detected positive on Wednesday, local time, and Anis immediately stopped training.
After testing, novel coronavirus was detected in 3 players and a staff member in the club, Anis said on Saturday.
Juventus U23, who recently played with pianess, stopped all training on Saturday night local time and arranged for all the players to be isolated at home until March 8. So far, no Juve U23 players have respiratory symptoms.
Italy is the worst affected country in Europe, and the five leagues that were scheduled to be held empty this weekend were also postponed to may due to the internal outbreak of the Italian team, including the Italian national derby between Juve and Inter. The Italian Cup final was postponed from May 14 to May 20.