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Big screens in Milan and Napoli were banned for the Euro final

There will be no big screens for the Euro final in Milan and Napoli

“Wembley” will be packed, as about 60,000 spectators will be in the stands to watch the spectacle up close.

However, few of them will be Italians, due to the strict restrictive measures in force in Britain to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

However, even in Italy and specifically in Milan and Naples, they took their measures. They decided not to place large screens in their squares, to avoid the gatherings of Italian fans.

Other Italian cities followed suits, such as Turin, Palermo, Venice, Padua, Trieste, Cagliari, and Sassari.

On the other hand, of course, Rome, Bologna, and Florence will have set up large screens in their squares from an early age, so that people can watch the grand final from there. Even there, however, the measures are strict.

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