Tiger Fight, September 30 News Evergrande team doctor Castellazi accepted an exclusive interview with the Italian media "Nineteenth Century" to discuss the positive incident of the 14-member Serie A Genoa team's new crown, and talked about the epidemic prevention work of Chinese football.
Professor Enrico Castellazi was the Italian national team doctor and the president of the Italian Football Medical Association. He currently works with Cannavaro for the Chinese Super League Evergrande team. In the interview, he first talked about the case of Genoa:
This incident has sounded the alarm for everyone, but it is not surprising if you think about it, this is possible. Genoa has followed the relevant regulations very seriously (the Italian Football Association has officially announced that Genoa has not violated any regulations), but it has still become a hotbed for the spread of the virus. On the surface, this is a bit strange. Obviously, only 2 positive cases were reported, but 14 cases quickly increased a day later. This is because the virus has an incubation period of 2-5 days, which is completely possible. This is why Naples now needs to conduct multiple tests to completely ensure that it is not infected.
The Italian Ministry of Sports previously reduced the number of slivers issued to the Football Association, so testing can only be carried out 48 hours before the game. I personally agree to reduce the amount of slivers so as not to cause stress to the players. It is more reasonable from an economic perspective , We spent 8 million euros on slivers in the last three months. However, after this accident, the old rules may be regressed, and the inspection is performed every four days, which is more safe than economical. There is another question: Italy currently does not have a clear rule, how many positive players should postpone the game? This is a vacuum zone, but I think the chairman of the Football Association Gravina is very sensitive, I believe he will soon formulate a relevant rule.
We just need to be cautious and vigilant, everyone stays sane and clear-headed. In fact, even if you use swabs to test multiple times and follow the rules, there is still a certain risk, just like what happened in Genoa, but football matches always have to return to normal. You need to accept all this. At present, I also Will closely monitor the situation in Italy.
It is difficult to say that there must be a relationship, but it cannot be ruled out. Vigorous exercise may aggravate the severity of the new crown virus. Even if they turn negative in the future, additional tests are needed to resume training, especially for those players who already have symptoms.