The Latest: Premier League clubs approve match protocols
The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:
Premier League soccer clubs have approved the match protocols for when the competition resumes on Wednesday after a 100-day shutdown because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The procedures cover matchday operations and include splitting stadiums into red, amber and green zones to reduce the risk of spreading the virus.
Restrictions also have been placed on the number of people allowed into stadiums.
The season is scheduled to resume on Wednesday with Aston Villa hosting Sheffield United and Arsenal playing at Manchester City.
MotoGP says it will resume next month with two races in Spain following a suspension caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The competition organizers say they have confirmed 13 races. They are all at European locations.
They say four more races in the United States, Argentina, Thailand and Malaysia could be added to the calendar depending on health and travel restrictions. That decision on the additional races will be made before July 31.
The track in Jérez, Spain, will host the first two races on July 19 and 26 before the competition heads to the Czech Republic for the third race.
The season is expected to finish before Dec. 13.
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