Wolverhampton Wanderers is the first English Premier League club to set a benchmark for other clubs by installing a drive-through Covid-19 testing station at their training ground for players and staff.
The backroom staff has been tested in a process but Wolves players are yet to use the procedure. The Premier League hopes will become the template for other clubs across the English top-flight.
The testing is conducted in the car parking of the training ground and takes less than a minute.
Some clubs have allowed players to train individually, although they are not yet allowed to take part in group sessions.
The Premier League is hoping to restart the football season on 12 June.