English Premier League Players To Sign Group Training Consent



English Premier League FA has hinted players will be required to provide a handwritten confirmation of an agreement to their clubs' new safety measures before they return to group training. 
All Clubs are required to conduct an occupational health risk test by Friday 15 of May, making results available to the Premier League on request.
All clubs must ensure players and staff have provided a handwritten confirmation they have received, and agree to be bound by, the new Covid-19 policy, which includes a framework to support the education and intimacy of all players and staff.
Any player or member of staff who shows symptoms and tests positive for coronavirus must be on self-isolation for seven days before a further test.
In all cases, they will not be allowed to return to the training ground during that period.
However, Players and staff who have travelled outside the UK after 23rd of May will only be allowed to return to the training ground provided they have remained in the UK for an uninterrupted period of two weeks or submitted a negative Antigen Test after their return.
While players and staff members returning to the UK from abroad must follow the Government's instructions and conditions of entry, including social distancing and essential activity guidelines from the time of returning to the UK until the return date of the training.

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