All players and staff in Barcelona have tested negative for coronavirus. This means Barcelona has a head start on most other clubs in that they will not have to detain any player or staff in self-isolation before allowing them to participate.
Spain has been in a state of emergency since March 13, but last week Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez clarified plans to restore the nation to some sense of normality as cases of coronavirus begin to decrease.
Players across the top two Spanish football divisions have since returned to the training facilities for their respective club this weekend to undergo coronavirus testing with a hopeful return of training sessions by this weekend.
The Barcelona team was tested on Wednesday, RAC1 reports, with everyone clearing the test. Other teams, like Juventus with many of its players abroad, were not so fortunate.