Inter: De Vrij and Vecino have COVID

Inter players are banned from travelling for international duty as the club announced Stefan de Vrij and Matias Vecino also tested positive for COVID-19.

After the news of Danilo D’Ambrosio and Samir Handanovic have contracted the virus, the Nerazzurri released another statement this morning to announce more cases of COVID-19.

The local health authority of Milan have decided Inter will not be able to train for four days and the players from the Nerazzurri squad will not be able to travel for the international break.

Inter players are banned from travelling for international duty as the club announced Stefan de Vrij and Matias Vecino also tested positive for COVID-19.

After the news of Danilo D’Ambrosio and Samir Handanovic have contracted the virus, the Nerazzurri released another statement this morning to announce more cases of COVID-19.

The local health authority of Milan have decided Inter will not be able to train for four days and the players from the Nerazzurri squad will not be able to travel for the international break.

“FC Internazional Milano announce that Stefan de Vrij and Matias Vecino tested positive for COVID-19 following the tests carried out yesterday,” the club wrote.

“The two Nerazzurri players are already in home quarantine.

“The local health authority of Milan, informed of the new positivity, decided as follows: Immediate suspension of any type of team activity for four days, including Sunday, March 21.

“Inter-Sassuolo; ban for the match scheduled for Saturday, March 20, 2021.

“Prohibition of replying to the summons for all players called up by their respective national teams.

“On Monday, March 22, before the eventual resumption of activities, the molecular swabs will be repeated for the whole team.”

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