Every Premier League club must appoint a coronavirus officer as part of new hygiene rules

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New draft of top-flight’s hygiene guidelines has been sent to clubs and players
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A new draft of the top-flight’s original seven-page hygiene guideline document, which has been seen by Sportsmail, has now been sent to clubs and players.

One of the key amendments to the document calls for clubs to ‘identify an individual as the Designated COVID-19 officer’ who will be responsible for ‘devising and administering the COVID-19 operational policy’.

Clubs must appoint a coronavirus officer but they can’t be a member of the club’s medical staff +3
Clubs must appoint a coronavirus officer but they can’t be a member of the club’s medical staff
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