Premier League: a positive case in the 13th cycle of coronavirus tests | Football News

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2,071 tests carried out between Monday July 6 and Sunday July 12; The tests will continue this week and the next results should be published next Monday.

Last update: 7/13/20 8:00 p.m.


Premier League 13th round positive feedback

The Premier League has confirmed that a person has tested positive in the last round of coronavirus tests.

There were 2,071 tests conducted between Monday July 6 and Sunday July 12 during the 13th round of mass testing in the league.

The latest results mean that there have now been 20 positive results out of 18,351 tests overall, for a total of 0.11%.

Clubs will continue to test players and staff twice a week for the remainder of the season, with the Premier League announcing the results collected every Monday.

There have now been 20 positive results out of 18,351 tests in total

There have now been 20 positive results out of 18,351 tests in total

The Premier League restarted on June 17 after a delay of more than three months due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Games continue this week, with the season set to end on July 26.

Liverpool has already been crowned champion and Norwich relegated, but the race to qualify for the Champions League was restarted Monday as the European ban on Manchester City was lifted, leaving Chelsea, Leicester and Manchester United to fight for both remaining places.

At the bottom of the table, West Ham, Watford, Bournemouth and Aston Villa all had wins over the weekend, which means that four points still cover the 16th and 19th, with three games left.

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