Fans are one of the main ingredients of all sporting events and were left out of stadiums and other venues due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, the Italian Government announced that it will allow the reopening of the football stadiums to the public with sanitary measures despite the coronavirus epidemic.

The northern regions of Lombardy, Emilia Romagna and Veneto They had already authorized limited reopening for the day this weekend. His announcement comes after the Minister of Sports, Vincenzo Spadafora, will authorize a maximum of a thousand people to attend the semifinals and the final of the Masters 1000 de Roma of tennis.

Veneto and Emilia Romagna were the first to announce the reopening of the stadiums to a reduced number of spectators and Lombardy, where the Milan faces this Monday Bologna for the first day of the A league, was the last to announce the measure in a statement.

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To go to the stadiums, spectators will have to follow a process to register via online and, once in the stadiums, they will have to follow different sanitary restrictions to avoid contagion, such as maintaining physical distance, wearing a mask on entry and exit and staying seated during the game.

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The arrival of the coronavirus pandemic in Europe in March forced the Italian authorities to close the stadiums and professional sports were suspended for more than three months. In June, the activity was resumed behind closed doors and now another step is being taken in the return to the old normality.