If a player tests positive he will be quarantined for two weeks, while the team will be placed in isolation, and monitored, but can continue to train together.
FIGC president Gravina welcomed a “decisive step on the path of restarting football in Italy”.
The Italian season has been on hold since March 9 amid the pandemic which has killed more than 32 000 people in Italy.
Serie A teams have been training individually since May 4, with a government decree suspending all competition until June 14.
Italian players’ union president Damiano Tommasi said Tuesday that footballers would need at least a month training before returning to competition.
“Caution comes first because at this point you need real certainties from a medical and health point of view.”