The Premier League has revealed one individual has tested positive for the coronavirus after the latest round of testing.
Throughout the week beginning June 22, 2250 players and club staff were tested for Covid-19.
It was the 11th round of mass testing since the measure was introduced, and the second since the Premier League season resumed on June 17.
No details as to the individual’s identity have been released, and as of yet, no club has confirmed that the positive test came from one of their players or staff.
Premier League clubs carry out tests twice a week, with the results aggregated and announced each Monday.
In total, 14307 tests have now been carried out in the Premier League, with only 19 people found to be positive since mass testing begins in May.
Testing will continue for the remainder of the season, with teams now heading into their final six or seven games of the campaign.