The Serie A, B, and Coppa Italia matches were played behind the closed door and returned to the field in June, owing to coronavirus which led to the suspension of sports in early March.
Following the COVID-19 social distancing measures, Italian sports minister Vincenzo Spadafora said ‘we should be able to see fans in the stadiums coming September.’
“If the epidemiological curve allows, we should be able to see fans coming September in stadiums,” Spadafora told Radio Rai.
“Obviously, we’re not going to be able to fill the stadium the way we’ve
done before but we’re going to respect a series of measures we’re currently studying.”
Keeping fans safety in mind Torino’s Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino installed a new system that will check body temperature, face masks, and emit a puff of antibacterial agents as people walk through the turnstile.
If fans stick to their allotted seats, leaving gaps in between, then the social distance wouldn’t be a serious issue.
There were 10 new coronavirus-related deaths with 306 new positive cases out of 60,311 tests in Italy over 24 hours in the most recent figures released yesterday.
However, and 713 are hospitalized with symptoms, and only 49 are in intensive care.
Another 11,642 are home-insulated with only minor or no symptoms.