UEFA has confirmed all their other matches this week are unimpacted by the coronavirus outbreak after the decision for Inter’s Europa League match against Ludogorets to be played behind closed doors.
Inter and Ludogorets will clash in the second leg of their last-32 tie at San Siro on Thursday without any supporters present due to concerns over the spread of the virus in Italy, where there have been more than 300 cases and 11 deaths.
The confirmation of the match taking place behind closed doors was taken on Tuesday and followed the clash between Antonio Conte’s side and Sampdoria being one of four Serie A fixtures postponed on Sunday.
But there will be no restrictions for attending supporters or alterations to fixtures for any of the other Europa League matches on Thursday or the two Champions League contests taking place on Wednesday.
“All other UEFA matches scheduled this week will go ahead as planned and at this time there are no restrictions for attending supporters,” read UEFA’s statement.
“UEFA will continue to closely monitor the situation regarding Covid-19 and to liaise with relevant authorities in this respect.”