Wolves have become the first Premier League club to install a testing centre for coronavirus.
The assessment station has been set up to test players for the Covid-19 pandemic.
Manager Nuno Espirito Santo and the first team squad, returned to the Compton training ground last week.
The full procedure is performed in the training ground car park.
Its designed to take less than a minute to complete the testing process.
Yet it is thought that only the backroom staff have been tested so far.
Testing Part of Prenetics Deal
The move made by Wolves over coronavirus testing, is part of the deal with Hong Kong-based biotechnology company Prenetics.
The agreement between the two parties, will see Covid-19 testing being carried out for players and staff. It’s part of the Premier League’s plans to resume the remaining fixtures in June.
Under the code name of “Project Restart”.
The Prenetics deal will see testing stations being implemented at all Premier League grounds.
All medical staff will be supplied the necessary equipment to complete examinations. Players and staff are set to be tested twice per week.
Anyone is tested positive will then be ordered to isolate themselves from the rest of the team and staff.
Brighton recently announced that a third player in its squad, has been found to be positive from the virus.