Sports Mole rounds up the latest Coronavirus news from across the sports world.
The coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on every walk of life, and sport is no exception.
Almost every sporting competition, including the Olympics, European Championship and Premier League, was put on hold as the world's attention turned to getting the pandemic under control.
Now, the sporting world is slowly looking at ways to emerge from the crisis, with top-level action beginning to return behind closed doors.
Here, Sports Mole rounds up all of the coronavirus-related news from the world of sport on July 24.
Friday evening's headlines:
burst on to the scene for Somerset last year and was fast-tracked into England's limited-overs teams over the winter. Read more.
Dates are in the diary for next season's Premier League while the Formula One schedule continues to take shape. Read more.
Races in the USA, Mexico, Brazil and Canada have been cancelled. Read more.
Surrey's friendly against Middlesex will be the first UK sporting event with spectators since the ban on mass gatherings in March. Read more.
Only one member of the Paisley club's staff has actually fallen ill with Covid-19. Read more.
The competition had reached the quarter-final stage before the campaign was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read more.
The Scottish Football Association and Scottish Professional Football League's Joint Response Group have written to the clubs. Read more.
It was anticipated work would start on the 52,888-capacity stadium in the autumn. Read more.
The Scottish football authorities announced that clubs would have to revert to twice-weekly testing. Read more.