The start of football’s English Premier League games ten days from now looks even more certain when no infection was found in the league’s latest coronaviruses.
The league said it tested a total of 1,195 players and club staff during Thursday and Friday.
The games of the league season, which were suspended due to the corona pandemic, are scheduled to start again on June 17 with matches between Aston Villa – Sheffield United and Manchester City – Arsenal.
Norwich, represented by striker Teemu Puk, is in the jumbo position in the Premier League.
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In total, about 6,300 coronavirus tests have been performed in the Premier League in recent weeks. Of these, 13 infections have been identified. Testing is continued twice a week.