Coronavirus: Arteta and Hudson-Odoi test positive
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Chelsea player Callum Hudson-Odoi have both been tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.
The news comes just hours after the Premier League announced that this weekend’s fixtures will still go ahead as planned.
37-year-old Arteta became the first confirmed case in the Premier League yesterday and the entire first-team squad as well as the coaching staff, will now be self-isolating in accordance with the most recent safety guidelines.
Meanwhile Chelsea announced that 19-year-old winger, Hudson-Odoi, had tested positive with COVID-19 this morning and said their Cobham training facility will be partially closed.
It has been reported that there are over 590 confirmed cases of the virus in the United Kingdom, and a total of 10 people have died from it so far.
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