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Sport No new positives in Premier League COVID-19 tests

00:39  07 june  2020
00:39  07 june  2020 Source:   reuters.com

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LONDON (Reuters) - The latest round of tests for COVID - 19 in the Premier League produced no positives , the league said on Saturday. The previous rounds of testing produced 13 positives . No Premier League matches have taken place since March because of the coronavirus pandemic, which

In line with the Premier League 's established policy, the club or individual were not initially named, although Spurs swiftly confirmed they were the team in question via a statement. "We have been informed by the Premier League that we have received one positive test for COVID - 19 following the

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The latest round of tests for COVID-19 in the Premier League produced no positives, the league said on Saturday (Sunday AEST).

A total of 1,195 tests were carried out on Thursday and Friday, the sixth round of tests since players from England's 20 top-flight clubs returned to training.

The previous rounds of testing produced 13 positives.

No Premier League matches have taken place since March because of the coronavirus pandemic, which has led to more than 50,000 deaths according to a Reuters tally this week based on official sources, but a restart is scheduled for June 17.

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One person has tested positive for COVID - 19 in the latest round of testing ahead of the Premier League 's restart on June 17, the league announced on Wednesday. Tottenham Hotspur confirmed in a later statement that they received the one positive test . In the three previous rounds of testing since

Covid - 19 tests were conducted across Sunday and Monday as part of the league ’s partnership with the Prenetics consortium, with the Premier League confirming six individuals have tested positive for the disease. A statement read: “The Premier League can today confirm that on Sunday 17 May and

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