Sampdoria already suffers five positives for coronavirus in its workforce. After announcing the contagion of Manolo Gabbiadini yesterday, all the players had to undergo the relevant medical tests and quarantine. Now, the Italian club has confirmed on its website that four other soccer players suffer from the disease: Omar Colley, Albin Ekdal, Antonino La Gumina and Morten Thorsby.
Thus, the club has announced that it has applied all the protocol established by law and has closed all the facilities, in addition to communicating to all those members of the entity's staff that they maintain voluntary isolation in their homes to avoid further contagion. Thereto They add that any necessary activity in the coming days will be carried out through telework and that, therefore, there will be no contact between possible infected.
The press release closes with a joint message from the managers, President Massimo Ferrero, Claudio Ranieri and the entire staff: “We invite everyone to respect, rigorously and firmly, the ministerial and regional dispositions to face together, with courage and a spirit of collective sacrifice, this period. Everything will be fine and we will do it together. Stay at homeFinally, he confirmed that, despite the positive of his players, they are all in good health and are not at risk.
Vlahovic, positive and asymptomatic
While Fiorentina has announced its first case. Dusan Vlahovic, center forward 'viola', has also tested positive, as confirmed by the club in an official statement. However, the Serbian case is particular, given that despite suffering from the disease, no symptoms Of the same. This is how the text reads: “Fiorentina can confirm that Dusan Vlahovic has tested positive for COVID-19. He is currently at home and does not have any symptoms. The club has proceeded with all the relevant isolation processes and is identifying every person who have contacted him “.
In Italy, meanwhile, all sports competitions are suspended until further notice and the alarm status has been announced. All establishments are closed, except for pharmacies and supermarkets to supply the population with basic necessities.