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Coronavirus UK: Premier League club-by-club guide to how each team has been affected by COVID-19

The Premier League has gone into lockdown as efforts to prevent the spread of the deadly coronavirus intensify around the world.

All top-flight fixtures have been postponed until at least April 4 but the reality is that football is highly unlikely to resume at that point.

Representatives from the 20 Premier League clubs are set to convene on Thursday to discuss ways of satisfactorily finishing the season.

But what’s the latest from your club? Sportsmail brings you right up to date on the coronavirus impact.

Two mask-wearing Newcastle United supporters outside a deserted St James’ Park on Saturday following the postponement of their fixture against Sheffield United

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Are any players in isolation?

Yes, any Arsenal players and staff who had recently been in close contact with manager Mikel Arteta are currently in self-isolation.

That comes after Arteta tested positive for coronavirus last Thursday, news that prompted the Premier League to take steps to suspend the league.

Arsenal say they expect ‘a significant number’ of people from the club, including the full first-team squad and employees at their London Colney training base, will self-isolate.

Arsenal's training centre at London Colney has been in lockdown to stop the virus spreading

Arsenal’s training…