The EFL has confirmed eight people from Championship clubs tested positive for COVID-19 in the most recent round of tests.
The EFL revealed two people out of a possible 1,179 tested positive for COVID-19 in the most recent round of tests.
English football will take a financial hit from the coronavirus era, and a former FA technical boss says structural changes could follow.
The United Kingdom's foreign secretary confirmed talks regarding the return of professional sports have been held with relevant bodies.
Rick Parry said "lawyers are going to get wealthy" if the Premier League scraps relegation to the Championship for the 2019-20 season.
Gordon Taylor says reducing the duration of matches is one of the proposals discussed for a potential return of football in England.
Bradford City were a Premier League club at the turn of the century and they revealed the worrying prospect of empty stands until 2021.
With reports suggesting live sport could resume in a number of weeks in the UK, the EFL said its own position remains unchanged.
Unsure when matches will be able to resume, EFL chairman Rick Parry conceded games will likely take place behind closed doors.
A 30 per cent pay cut would hurt government services, claimed the PFA, which hopes to contribute differently during the COVID-19 pandemic.