Valencia CFTOFor people with symptoms who have recently traveled to risk areas
LtoMinistry of Healthhas launched since this Wednesday atoll-free 900 900 555– so that anyone from theValencian Communitywith symptoms ofcoldlet there betraveled in the last two weeksto the countries and regions considered ofcoronavirus riskI can check your case.
This was announced by the president of the Generalitat Valenciana,Ximo Puig,after the meeting he has held with those responsible fordepartments of Health, Interior, Equality, Education and Tourismto coordinateactions against this epidemic, after yesterday thefirst positive in the Valencian Community, in the hospital of Vilarreal (Castelln).
Among the risk areas appears theItalian region of Lombarda,whose capital is Miln, to which they moved more than2,300 Valencia fansbetweenFebruary 18 and 20. In this regard, he has been questioned by the return match of March 10, for which another 2,400 Atalanta fans are scheduled to travel to see the match in Mestalla. The concern in Valencia does not arise only for the fans who traveled to Italy and for theItalians with ticket for the second leg of March 10, but it amps to everything that has to do with thearrival of tourists,with the consequent agglomeration of people, habitual in theFailures.
The Minister of Health,Ana BarcelI insisted that “You can’t talk about quarantine.When a measure has to be taken, it will be a certain time “and added without referring to the football game that” any event that is planned or that comes from the risk areas, I also imagine thatThe health authorities of the country of origin will issue their recommendations. “
This Wednesday theUEFAIt has issued the following update statement on decisions that affect football matches and risk zones for the coronavirus:Following the decisions of the Italian authorities, the UEFA Europa League match between FC Internazionale Milano and PFC Ludogorets Razgrad will be played behind closed doors at Stadio San Siro de Miln on Thursday, February 27, 2020.
The rest of the games scheduled for this week will take place as planned and there are currently no restrictions on attendance for fans.
UEFA will continue to closely monitor the situation of Covid-19 and will keep in touch with the relevant authorities in this regard.