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COVID19 Game Zero: Why a Champions League match turned into a biological bomb in Italy

  • Mar 30, 2020
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More than 40,000 fans gathered on a historic night for Atalanta and Valencia at the iconic San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy.One of the main reasons why Bergamo (in Italy) is a hotbed of coronavirus is the Champions League match between Atalanta and Valencia.A respiratory specialist indicated that it was a "biological bomb", while Bergamo Mayor Giorgio Gori admitted that there was no way to stop it."It was in mid-February, so we had no conditions for what was going on," Gori said earlier this week during a live chat on Facebook.“If what they say about the virus actually spreading to Europe in January is very true, it is very likely that 40,000 Bergamaschi in San Siro’s positions together will share the virus with each other.” As much as possible, as many Bergamaschi gathered that night in homes and bars to watch the match and did the same."Unfortunately, we could not find out. No one knew that the virus was already here. It is inevitable," the mayor added.Less than a week after the match, the first cases were reported in Bergamo County. Here is everything you need to know about the fateful game.When was the Atalanta match against Valencia held?The Champions League (first leg) match between Atalanta (from Serie A) and Valencia (from La Liga) took place on February 19. Two days later, the first case of COVID-19 societal transmission was confirmed. Atalanta won 4-1.Where held Atalanta against Valencia?The match was played at the famous San Siro stadium in Milan because the Atalanta stadium in Bergamo did not meet UEFA standards.How many people attended Atalanta 's match against Valencia?The official attendance of the competition is 45,792, which is a record for "Atalanta". It was the largest game in the history of Atalanta and a third of Bergamo residents made a 37-mile trip from Bergamo to Milan. Out of 120,000 people, more than 40,000 have gone to San Siro. Fans traveling in 2500.Why is this party called a "biological bomb"?As thousands of fans gathered in a square without warning, the conditions for spreading the virus were high. He also states that prior to the match, fanatic travelers were roaming freely in Milan."I heard many (theories), I will tell me: on February 19, 40,000 Bergamaschi went to San Siro for Atalanta Valencia," Fabiano de Marco, chief pneumologist at Bergamo Hospital, told the Italian newspaper Corriere. Della Sera. "On buses, cars and trains. An organic bomb, unfortunately.How many players were affected after the game?Atalanta goalkeeper Marco Sportiello showed a positive result for COVID-19. More than a third of the Valencia team were infected. Valencia and Argentine defender Ezequiel Garay was the first La Liga player to achieve a positive result for COVID-19. As for the fans, none of the more than 40,000 fans affected by the virus have yet been identified.Last week, the Bergamo cemetery overwhelmed the death toll to the point that military trucks began transporting corpses to a nearby area in order to cremate. Italy remained the European country with the majority of cases, nearly 70,000 deaths and about 7,000 deaths, most of which were in the world and more than twice that of China..Spain is the next country in Europe with the most cases, nearly 48,000, and it has surpassed China in the number of deaths with more than 3,400.Read More: Coronavirus Pandemic Affects On Sports Events

India visit through England: Cricket need to live with Covid-19 for not so distant future, says ECB boss Tom Harrison

  • Jul 16, 2021
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England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), CEO, Tom Harrison, has safeguarded the board's choice to not force severe bio-bubble rules for the forthcoming five-match Test series against India, beginning from August 4 in Nottingham. We're in an alternate situation to a year prior or even a half year prior truly concerning how we adapt to Covid. We're sincerely attempting to figure out how we live with it and establish safe conditions for individuals instead of bio-secure conditions," Harrison was cited as saying by Cricbuzz. "There's an immense distinction between the two. Players are simply tired of bio-security and bubbles and that language we have gotten so used to utilizing. It's negatively affected psychological well-being for players, time away from families. We are simply not ready to work that sort of climate going ahead," he added. With concerns previously mounting about the practicality of the Test series among England and India, in the midst of the Covid-19 cases inside the India camp. India's wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant and four additional individuals from the Indian unforeseen in England have been compelled to isolate for 10 days in London. One of the care staff as preparing partner/net bowler Dayanand Guarani tried Covid-19 positive on July 14. Aside from Guarani, those in isolate incorporate the bowling trainer Bharat Arun, wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha and hold opener Abhimanyu Easwaran, who was recognized as his nearby contacts. Also Read: ICC Announced New Points System For Next World Test Championship CycleA BCCI discharge on Thursday evening said that Pant has not been remaining at the group lodging, which recommends he is probably not going to have influenced some other India players, and that he is "headed to recuperation". Gasp will actually want to join the remainder of the India crew in the wake of returning two negative RT-PCR tests. A similar guideline applies for the four other people who are at present in isolation. The remainder of the Indian crew is headed to Durham, they will reach in the evening in the wake of reassembling in London following 20-dawn.Also Read: Olympics PM Narendra Modi Collaborates With Tokyo Bound Indian Competitors Certain They Will Make The Nation ProudGasp, Saha and Easwaran are set to miss the group's 3-day practice game against a County Championship XI beginning July 20. The match will be played away from plain view and 90 overs will be played every day. Durham Cricket will communicate the game on its Youtube channel.23-year-old Rishabh Pant has been in isolate for as far back as 8 days in the wake of testing positive on July 8. He got the infection in the wake of going to England's Euro 2020 round of 16 matches against Germany on June 30. The Indian cricket board affirmed that Pant is asymptomatic.