Serie A officials aim to return to football action on June 13.
According to a statement on its official website, the Italian first division reported a provisional restart of the season after a videoconference meeting with representatives of the 20 clubs.
The 2019/2020 season of Serie A was suspended on March 10 after the coronavirus pandemic outbreak.
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Players were allowed to resume training earlier this month, with group training starting on May 18, after the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) satisfied the government by changing its medical protocol.
Juventus are currently at the top of the table, with Lazio, who are one point adrift in second position.
Inter Milan, managed by former Juventus midfielder Antonio Conte and Atalanta, complete the top four.
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