Serie A was suspended on 9 March, with Juventus leading the table by a point with 12 rounds of matches remaining.
Players returned to individual training earlier this month before group sessions restarted this week.
“Being a big football fan like so many Italians, at the start it seemed strange to me that the season could be interrupted and suspended,” Conte said. “But obviously we found ourselves involved in this health, social and economic emergency. And I think everyone, even the most ardent fans, understood that there wasn’t any alternative.”
Before Conte’s nationally televised speech and news conference, health ministry figures indicated that Italy had seen its lowest day-to-day increase in deaths — 260 — since mid-March, during the first week of lockdown. Need to know more soccer info view Bet Advisor for more information and details