Norwich player tests positive in latest Premier League coronavirus testing

Norwich participant exams beneficial in latest Leading League coronavirus tests

There have been 8 rounds of screening in the Premier League

A Norwich Town participant is just one of two men and women to check beneficial for coronavirus from 1,200 exams in the most current spherical of Premier League tests.

Tests took spot on Thursday and Friday, with Norwich beating Spurs 2-1 in a welcoming at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium also on Friday.

Spurs verified they have no favourable tests and mentioned the Canaries participant experienced “no close contacts” with their staff.

The participant will now self isolate for seven days.

Bottom club Norwich are not figuring out the participant – who will now miss out on the re-begin of the Premier League campaign.

The Leading League – suspended due to the fact 13 March – is set to resume guiding shut doorways on 17 June when Aston Villa host Sheffield United at 18:00 BST, with Manchester Town v Arsenal at 20:15.

The Canaries – 6 points from Leading League security – host 14th spot Southampton on Friday 19 June at 18:00 in their initially fixture of the re-began campaign.

There have now been 16 positive outcomes from 8,687 tests in full.

A Spurs statement claimed the club was adhering to the Government’s definition of “close call” as remaining inside two metres of a verified case for 15 minutes or more.

They claimed: “The Norwich participant in concern has confirmed he experienced no ‘close contacts’ with our workforce yesterday and our squad has also confirmed this.