Watford has announced that in the last two days three individuals at the club have tried positive for coronavirus.
The Premier League announced on Tuesday that six positive Covid-19 outcomes have come back from a total of 748 tests administered on Sunday and Monday to players and club staff.
The positive test came from three distinct clubs that affirmed the league. One of the positive tests was of Burnley’s assistant manager Ian Woan. Ian Woan lately told that the club is asymptomatic and is safe and well at home at present.
On Tuesday night, Watford announced that one player and two staff individuals have tried positive and will proceed with a time of self-isolation.
In a Statement, The Watford Football Club affirms that three individuals have been tried negative for the Covid-19 infection in the course of recent hours after checking at the training ground.
Of these three positive outcomes, one is a player and two are team individuals. All three have asked that medical confidentiality be saved and so the club won’t name those included.
All three should now self-isolate for seven days with regards to the methods set out in the rules of the Premier League-before being re-tried at a later date.
Severe adherence to the conventions of the Premier League has guaranteed that the training ground remains infection free and a safe place for players to keep working. The club will keep on liaising intimately with affected staff and no further announcements will be made.
Because of the coronavirus outbreak the Premier League has been suspended since March, with the league as yet looking at an arrival to play in June.
At the point when the German top-flight came back to play behind closed doors, the Bundesliga became the main major European league to restart their season this end of the week.