The English Premier League, EPL, has reported that two additional individuals have tried positive for the novel coronavirus from two clubs after the second bunch of testing.
It had detailed that the League on Tuesday reported that six individuals tried positive for the novel coronavirus from three clubs after the principal period of mass testing.
The English top-flight group affirmed this in an announcement on Saturday, NAN reports.
The statement reads: “The Premier League can today (Saturday) confirm that on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 996 players and club staff were tested for COVID-19. Of these, two have tested positive from two clubs.
“The Premier League is providing this aggregated information for the purposes of competition integrity and transparency.
“Players or club staff who have tested positive will now self-isolate for a period of seven days.”
The Premier League said it would not be giving subtleties of the personalities of the two new constructive tests.
As indicated by the League, another round of tests are planned to happen on Monday and Tuesday.
Every one of the 20 clubs will hold a gathering on Wednesday to choose whether they can move to stage two of the restart and permit full contact preparing.
Be that as it may, Britain’s loss of life from the coronavirus pandemic is the most elevated in Europe with an official figure of 36,675 as of Saturday.
Review that Watford’s Adrian Mariappa, had on Wednesday uncovered he tried constructive for the infection after the declaration was made that six individuals tried positive from three clubs.