Sports Mole rounds up the latest Coronavirus news from across the entertainment 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 June 6.
Saturday evening's headlines:
A total of 1,195 players and club staff were tested in the Premier League's sixth screening session. Read more.
Clubs are attempting to build up their fitness and get used to the behind-closed doors conditions they can expect for competitive action. Read more.
Former England bowler Darren Gough
is pessimistic about his chances during 'The Race: Wheels for Heroes' on Zwift on Sunday night. Read more.
Premier League stadiums will be divided into red, amber and green zones when the season restarts. Read more.
Scotland's national clinical director believes the Edinburgh ground could allow more fans to attend once crowds are allowed back again. Read more.
The event is set to start on August 31. Read more.
Chelsea were awarded the title after the WSL season was ended on Friday and Emma Hayes
feels the league will come back "bigger, stronger and better". Read more.
Research shows match officials tend to favour the home team according to Marc Jones. Read more.
The Seagulls are scheduled to resume Premier League action against Arsenal on June 20. Read more.
has written an open letter to FIFA's members discussing the effects of the coronavirus crisis and how football can move forward. Read more.