Till Tuesday the Premier League has tested 748 players and staff members across all the clubs and so far there are six positives from three clubs, as confirmed by the authorities.
Talks are continuing over a safe return to Premier League action next month with clubs having returned to training in small groups this week, with English football hopeful of following the example of Germany's Bundesliga which resumed behind-closed-doors last weekend.
The Premier League had previously identified 12 June for matches to possibly start again, but there is now an expectation this will need to be pushed back.
Former left-sided player Woan was tested for COVID-19 on Sunday, alongside the entire Clarets playing squad and staff ahead of a return to training, with the outcome positive.
"Watford Football Club confirms that three people have tested positive for the Covid-19 virus following testing at the training ground over the past 48 hours", the club in a statement on their website. The Premier League has decided not to disclose the individuals names due to data protection reasons.
Deeney said he had also raised concerns about the increased risk to black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) players while in a meeting with the Premier League, other team captains and medical experts.
The Premier League never went from after Harvey Barnes's 85th-minute strike for Leicester against Aston Villa proved to be the final goal of the campaign before the coronavirus interruption. I don't want to come home to put him in more danger.
"I hope, subject to the sign-off by Public Health England and others, we will then later this week, very shortly, get the guidance about how we can have training in a contact environment, this is for elite sports, so they can start to build-up". "Phase two will be next week: six days' worth of training, three to six people training together with contact, and then six days after that you're going into 11 v 11 and you can't social distance with 11 v 11". "In terms of a vaccine and everybody becoming immune, and the vaccine being distributed, I don't think any expert is saying that is going to happen in the next few months".
"They have done everything they possibly can to make sure everyone is safe", he told BBC Radio 4's Today programme.
Spadafora's announcement comes one day after reports that a new Government decree would effectively rule out a return of sporting events until at least June 14. We have played 76 percent of the season and you just want to delete the thing?'.