Latest statement on results of COVID-19 tests
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Latest statement on results of COVID-19 tests

The Premier League has registered 9 new positive Covid-19 cases in the latest testing exercise carried out between Monday 14 February and Sunday 20 February.

A statement from the association read; "The Premier League can today confirm that between Monday 14 February and Sunday 20 February, 2,958 players and club staff were tested for COVID-19. Of these, there were nine new positive tests.

"The Premier League is providing this aggregated information for the purposes of competition integrity and transparency,"

Previous test results

  • 2 Aug-8 Aug 3,118 tested; 9 positive
  • 9 Aug-15 Aug 3,231 tests; 11 positive
  • 16 Aug-22 Aug 3,060 tests; 16 positive
  • 23 Aug-29 Aug 3,020 tests; six positive
  • 30 Aug-5 Sep 1,952 tests; two positive
  • 6 Sep-12 Sep 3,039 tests; three positive
  • 13 Sep-19 Sep 3,154 tests; two positive
  • 20 Sep-26 Sep 3,010 tests; one positive
  • 27 Sep-3 Oct 2,927 tests; four positive
  • 4 Oct-10 Oct 1,696 tests; zero positive
  • 11 Oct-17 Oct 3,044 tests; six positive
  • 18 Oct-24 Oct 3,209 tests; four positive
  • 25 Oct-31 Oct 3,006 tests; four positive
  • 1 Nov-7 Nov 2,953 tests; three positive
  • 8 Nov-14 Nov 1,647 tests; four positive
  • 15 Nov-21 Nov 3,188 tests; six positive
  • 22 Nov-28 Nov 3,379 tests; seven positive
  • 29 Nov-5 Dec 3,154 tests; 12 positive
  • 6 Dec-12 Dec 3,805 tests; 42 positive
  • 13 Dec-19 Dec 12,345 tests; 90 positive
  • 20 Dec-26 Dec 15,186 tests; 103 positive
  • 27 Dec-2 Jan 14,250 tests; 94 positive
  • 3 Jan-9 Jan 12,973 tests; 72 positive
  • 10 Jan-16 Jan 13,625 tests; 33 positive
  • 17 Jan-23 Jan 6,221 tests; 16 positive
  • 24 Jan-30 Jan 1,947 tests; 11 positive
  • 31 Jan-6 Feb 6,685 tests; 22 positive
  • 7 Feb-13 Feb 6,299 tests; 14 positive