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Premier League records 16 COVID-19 cases

The Premier League has introduced that 16 optimistic coronavirus circumstances had been recorded within the newest week of testing.

It marks a major discount from the 36 optimistic circumstances recorded final week, following a season-high of 40 a fortnight in the past.

Current outbreaks have affected Aston Villa, Newcastle, Manchester Metropolis and Fulham.

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Six Premier League matches have been known as off as a result of COVID-19 circumstances this season, most lately Villa’s recreation at house to Everton on Sunday.

In an announcement, the Premier League stated “between Monday 11 January and Sunday 17 January, throughout two rounds of testing, 3,115 gamers and membership workers had been examined for COVID-19. Of those, there have been 16 new optimistic checks.”

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Gamers or membership workers who’ve examined optimistic will self-isolate for a interval of 10 days.

The Premier League, together with the Soccer Affiliation and the English Soccer League, launched a joint assertion on Thursday reiterating the significance of following newly enhanced COVID-19 measures and have already begun rescheduling fixtures with Spurs enjoying out their assembly with Fulham instead of the cancelled recreation towards Villa.

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