The Premier League reveals that no players or club staff have tested positive for coronavirus in the last round of testing since the project restart
- Premier League does not announce any players or staff who have tested positive for coronavirus
- All twenty players and staff members of the club were tested 1,973 times
- Last week, one person returned a positive test out of a total of 2,250 tests
The Premier League has revealed that no player or club staff has tested positive for coronavirus in the past week.
Players and staff are tested regularly during the return of the top flight behind closed doors, and in the 12th round of testing, every result was negative.
“The Premier League can confirm today that between Monday, June 29 and Sunday, July 5, 1,973 players and club staff have been tested for COVID-19,” said a Premier League statement.
The Premier League has revealed that no player or club staff has tested positive for coronavirus
“Of these, zero have been tested positive.”
Last week, the competition announced that only one person had tested positive in the second round since the competition resumed on June 17.
That one person from the last round of testing who had a positive result would have since completed the mandatory seven-day isolation period in accordance with the Premier League and government guidelines.