February 2nd -The Premier League officially announced a new round of coronavirus tests, a total of 7 people tested positive.
According to the official website of the Premier League, between January 25 and 31, local time, a total of 2,957 players and club staff received two rounds of coronavirus tests, 7 of whom were positive.
Positive players or club staff will self-quarantine for 10 days, but Premier League officials will not release specific details of the club or individual concerned.
It is worth mentioning that the number of positive coronavirus in the Premier League has fallen for four consecutive weeks, with as many as 36 positives in early January tests, the highest this season.
In mid-January, Aston Villa’s games against Tottenham Hotspur and Everton were forced to be rescheduled due to the positive test of many players and staff in Aston Villa for COVID-19.
However, at this stage, the impact of the epidemic on the Premier League seems to have reached a period of calming down.
The number of new positive cases of seven also sends a positive signal for the normal promotion of the league in a special environment.