One positive case from 1213 tests; Premier League to hold eighth round of testing later this week
Last Updated: 10/06/20 5:37pm
The Premier League has confirmed there is one new positive case in their latest round of coronavirus testing.
The results were from the seventh round, in which 1213 players and club staff were tested on Monday and Tuesday.
The first six rounds of COVID-19 testing returned 13 positives and 6,261 negatives.
Top-flight action in England is scheduled to resume on June 17, when Aston Villa play Sheffield United and Manchester City face Arsenal.
Manchester United were forced to cancel a friendly with Stoke at the last minute on Tuesday after the Championship side’s manager Michael O’Neill tested positive for COVID-19.
The sides were due to meet at United’s Carrington training centre but the match was immediately abandoned without kicking a ball when the Northern Irishman tested positive, with United insisting none of their squad came into contact with him.
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