Genoa v Torino: Serie A match off after 14 Covid-19 cases‎


Genoa’s Serie A match against Torino on Saturday has been postponed after 14 of the hosts’ players and staff members tested positive for Covid-19, the league has confirmed.

Genoa reported at the weekend that midfielder Lasse Schone and goalkeeper Mattia Perin had contracted the virus.

In a statement, the club said they had “activated all procedures” and “informed the authorities”.

Genoa lost 6-0 at Napoli in their last Italian top-flight match on Sunday.‎

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