American Football

Serie A teams could return to training next month

Italy has been one of the countries most affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, recording more than 197,000 confirmed cases and 26,644 deaths."Now, the phase of coexistence with the virus begins for everyone, and we must be aware that the contagion curve could rise again in some areas of the country," Conte announced via video link from the Presidential Palace in Rome. "The risk is there, and we must face it methodically and with rigor."New measures will come into effect on May 4, such as the relaxing of travel restrictions, increased access to parks and gardens and the ability to hold funerals with up to 15 attendees.READ: AS Roma delivers care packages to its elderly fans during coronavirus lockdownREAD: Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus squad give up $100 million in wages amid coronavirus outbreakThe manufacturing and construction sectors will reopen entirely, while bars and restaurants will be allowed to offer takeaway services.Conte announced that on May 18, further restrictions — such as sports teams returning to training and museums and libraries reopening — would also be lifted.CNN has reached out to Serie A for comment.However, he warned of the possible consequences the country faces if people stop adhering to the social distanciRead More – Source