Spain's Minister of Health has confirmed Barcelona's UEFA Champions League tie with Napoli does not need to be played behind closed doors amid concerns over the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Barca will host Napoli at the Camp Nou in the second leg of their last-16 tie on March 18.
Salvador Illa told RAC1 (h/t Football-Italia):
"The match is not at risk. There is no danger of the game having to be played behind closed doors.
"We have decided to close the stadiums only for the games that would be attended by people from the affected areas but that's not the case here.
"The only thing that we are preoccupied with is the exodus of many fans.
"The Champions League game between Barcelona and Napoli could be played regularly, as Naples is not currently in the zone at risk, like northern Italy."
Italy has been hit hard by the virus:
Only China, where the virus was first discovered, and South Korea have had more confirmed cases.
Bergamo—where Atalanta are based—and Milan are located in the northern region of Lombardy, which has been one of the worst affected by the outbreak of the virus. Naples is in the southern region of Campania.
All matches to be played in Italy until April 3 will take place behind closed doors.
Several fixtures that were supposed to be played last weekend were also postponed, including Juventus' clash with Inter, a match that could have significant ramifications for the title race. It will be played on Sunday.
Barca and Napoli played out a 1-1 draw at the latter's San Paolo Stadium on February 25.
Antoine Griezmann cancelled out Dries Mertens' opener, giving the Catalan giants an away goal to bring back to the Camp Nou.