The English Football League has confirmed zero positive COVID-19 cases results across the Championship and League One after their latest round of testing.
Championship football is back in full swing with Leeds United currently sitting at the top of the table and the League One play-offs semi-finals have been played out.
However, for the second consecutive round of testing, zero cases of COVID-19 have been reported, much to the delight of the EFL and their competing clubs.
With over 3000 members of staff and players tested, the latest results will further support the EFL's decision to ensure the Championship season was completed.
A statement from the EFL said: "The EFL can confirm that 3004 players and Club staff from the 24 Championship Clubs were tested over the course of the past week with zero individuals testing positive.
"The EFL can confirm that 495 players and Club staff were tested from four League One Clubs over the course of the past week with zero individuals testing positive.
"As League Two fixtures for Season 2019/20 have now concluded there are currently no further tests taking place at League Two Clubs.
"The EFL will continue to make a central announcement of COVID-19 test results every Wednesday at midday to continue to support competition integrity and transparency.
"No specific details as to Clubs or individuals will be provided by the League. "