The 39-year-old Ibrahimovic, who last played for Sweden at the 2016 European Championship, set up Viktor Johan Anton Claesson’s first-half goal in a 1-0 win over Georgia.
The FIGC said in a statement that the 55-year-old was asymptomatic and in self isolation at his home in Rome
Genoa reported at the weekend that Denmark international midfielder Lasse Schone and goalkeeper Mattia Perin had contracted the virus.
Explaining the decision on Facebook, Health Minister Roberto Speranza wrote that the situation in Europe “cannot be underestimated” and called for “great caution.”
Voting is also on in local elections expected to favour the right-wing national opposition bloc.
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte’s latest decree on precautions against the coronavirus pandemic was issued late Monday and is effective from Tuesday until Oct. 7.
At an empty Johan Cruyff Arena, Italy showed the greater urgency and quality throughout and were full value for the win that follows Friday’s disappointing 1-1 home draw with Bosnia
The tests were carried out ahead of Atalanta’s Monday return to training ahead of the new season, due to start on September 19.
Dr. Tom Jefferson, Senior Associate Tutor at the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at Oxford and a visiting professor at Newcastle University, said this.
“God forgot about me,” Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera quoted Negrini as saying in its Saturday edition, reporting that the woman turned 108 on Wednesday.
The total death toll since the outbreak came to light on February 21 now stands at 33,340 the agency said, the third-highest in the world after those of the US and Britain.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner flew back to Madeira, in Portugal, following the win over Inter Milan on March 8, the final match before Serie A was suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Serie A has announced it intends to resume competition on June 13, with Italy’s top-flight clubs set to return to group training from Monday.
Inter Milan’s entire first team squad have given negative results in testing for the coronavirus, the Serie A club said on Friday as they prepared to resume training.
Argentine international forward Paulo Dybala first revealed his COVID-19 diagnosis in mid-March, but has since tested positive for the virus a total of four times in the past six weeks, according to reports.
Serie A sides will be allowed to return to individual training on May 4 and team training on May 18 after Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte revealed the first stages in lifting the country’s coronavirus lockdown.
AS Roma have announced that their players and coaching staff will forgo four months salaries to ease the financial strain on the club due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Italy’s football federation hopes that players can be tested for the new coronavirus at the start of May to prepare for the season to restart, its president Gabriele Gravina has said.
The United States on Saturday surpassed Italy for most fatalities from the new coronavirus of any country, according to Johns Hopkins University.
US President Donald Trump ordered his government to give support to coronavirus-hit Italy, in a memorandum published late on Friday.