Juventus Turin supporters during a Serie A match against Fiorentina, September 14, 2019. - Insidefoto / Sipa USA / SIPA
Juventus Turin announced Tuesday that there are no restrictions on the movement of its supporters before the Champions League match on Wednesday in Lyon, as the new coronavirus continues to grow in Italy.
"The French authorities and Olympique Lyonnais say that tomorrow (Wednesday), fans who follow Juventus will be able to attend the match without problem," the club said in a statement. "There are no specific restrictions for tifosi bianconeri," repeats Juventus.
#OLJuve, nessuna restrizione per i tifosi bianconeri domani allo stadio di Lione ➡️https: //t.co/hWBAEa34Wr pic.twitter.com/S76Sr1uHbp- JuventusFC (@juventusfc) February 25, 2020
The latest official report shows 283 cases of new coronavirus in Italy, where seven people died from the disease. Turin is located in the Piedmont region, where six cases have been identified.
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