And Serie A matches also likely to end up in empty stadiums include Udinese-Fiorentina, AC Milan-Genoa, Parma-SPAL, Sassuolo-Brescia and Sampdoria-Hellas Verona. Games taking place in Lecce, Cagliari, Lazio and Napoli are all far enough away from the outbreak to take place as normal. Italy is putting heavy measures in place to prevent the virus spreading further with no official reason given as to exactly how it reached the European nation. Loading… Promoted ContentA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesBoys Deserve More Than Action-Hero Role ModelsWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without Recharging7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest Pocket6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way Read Also:Coronavirus forces fan ban at Italian football games Rugby matches across all levels and age ranges were abandoned on the weekend with the upcoming Pro 14 clashes at Zebre and Benetton among them. Also up in the air is England’s trip to Rome for the Six Nations on March 14 – a game that reportedly could be switched to Twickenham or Newcastle. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Serie A chiefs are prepared to play the title clash between Juventus and Inter Milan behind closed doors amid the country’s coronavirus outbreak. Four top-flight matches were postponed last weekend as northern regions continued to be hit by the illness, seven people dying so far. The San Siro was empty on Sunday as the match with Sampdoria was cancelled According to Italian news agency ANSA, an Italian FA request to play out matches in empty stadiums has been accepted by the government. This coming Sunday will see Antonio Conte’s Inter, sat in third-place, travel to Turin for a mega meeting with leaders Juventus. Piedmont is among the regions most affected by the virus and neighbouring Lombardy has seen entire towns shut down to try and contain its spread. Torino’s match with Parma was cancelled last weekend, as well as Inter’s game against Sampdoria. Already, the Biscione’s Europa League tie with Bulgarian side Ludogorets on Thursday has been moved behind closed doors.
A Virginia family who went out for a ride to get a breath of fresh air after being in the house due to coronavirus lockdown orders made a discovery of nearly $1 million in two bags lying in the road.According to reports, David and Emily Schantz left their Caroline County home with their children last Saturday and drove their pickup truck over to what they thought were bags of trash.They picked them up and tossed the bags in the back of their truck and kept riding, according to Emily Schantz.When the family returned to their home, they discovered the bags contained money, she said.“Inside of the bag, there were plastic baggies and they were addressed with something that said `cash vault,”‘ Schantz told WTVR.Emily Schantz immediately called the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office, who arrived to their home and took the bags of cash and determined the money totaled nearly $1 million.Caroline Sheriff’s Maj. Scott Moser said authorities have since determined where the money was headed, but are still trying to figure out how it ended up in the middle of a road in Goochland County. Moser would not say specifically where the money was going.Moser said he hopes the recipients offer the Schantzes a nice reward.