Live it, September 30. At the beginning of this month, the former Milan chairman Silvio Berlusconi tested positive for the new crown virus. This week Galliani announced that Mr. Pei’s virus test result has turned negative.
Galliani is Berlusconi's close assistant in football. The two used to work together in Milan, but now they work together at the Serie B Monza Club. Before the Coppa Italia match between Monza and Triastina on Tuesday, Galliani said: "Yesterday President Berlusconi was tested for the virus and the result turned negative for the first time. We are waiting for the next few days. In the second test, we can say that he will get rid of this nightmare in a month."
Patients need to be quarantined for two weeks after they test positive for the new coronavirus. After that, if they test negative for two consecutive viral tests, they can be considered cured and the quarantine ends. Berlusconi just celebrated his 84th birthday this Tuesday, and the elderly are at high risk among those infected with the new crown virus. Fortunately, Berlusconi's test results have turned negative, and fans can rest assured.
This week the Genoa club announced that 14 players and staff had tested positive for the new crown virus. Some people worry that this will lead to a suspension of Serie A. Galliani commented on this: "Is there a threat to the game? I cannot answer this question, only doctors can tell us. But I would say that other countries have specific regulations for situations like Genoa, and in Italy we have this There are no regulations. I think we need to formulate clear and accurate regulations as soon as possible."