Major League Soccer teams have been given the all clear to resume training.
The American league has been out of commission since March 12th due to COVID-19.
Now they are looking to resume, as clubs must submit plans on how players will come back for training.
These plans will be sent to the club's medical staff and to a local infectious disease expert.
Stringent testing will take place, while a player can only begin training if they have two negative COVID-19 tests, per Sky Sports News.
The outlet claims that testing for MLS players will happen every 48 hours, which is similar to what leagues in Europe are doing.