The English Football League (EFL), which governs the three divisions under the Premier League, stated on Friday that 112 people examined positive for COVID-19 in the latest round of testing.
The EFL didn’t identify the golf equipment or gamers who examined positive for the novel coronavirus, however stated the contaminated people will self-isolate for 10 days.
“Following the latest round of mandated Covid-19 tests, the EFL can confirm that 3,507 players and club staff from 66 EFL Clubs were tested over the course of the past week with 112 individuals testing positive,” the EFL stated in an announcement.
The EFL added that it was assured its COVID-19 testing protocols “continue to mitigate against the spread of infection as intended” regardless of the surging an infection fee in Great Britain brought on by a brand new variant of the virus.
The United Kingdom has recorded greater than 2.8 million confirmed COVID-19 circumstances and greater than 78,000 deaths, in response to a Reuters tally. The EFL added that it’ll conduct twice-weekly tests for its 72 golf equipment, beginning on Monday.
Second-tier Championship facet Brentford stated its supervisor Thomas Frank had examined positive on Thursday, two days after its 2-0 League Cup semifinal loss at Tottenham Hotspur.