The fallout from the coronavirus pandemic continued on Thursday.

Here, the PA news agency recaps the day’s biggest developments.

0919 – The Dutch Grand Prix was put back until 2021.

0949 – World Rugby’s executive committee approved 10 optional law trials that provide member unions with measures to help reduce the risk of Covid-19 transmission.

1115 – The English Football League announced three individuals connected to two Championship clubs had tested positive for coronavirus.

1120 – Fulham announced two of their players had tested positive.

1221 – Blackburn said captain Elliott Bennett was the other Championship player who had tested positive.

1400 – The European Tour will resume on July 22 with a run of six tournaments over six weeks in the UK.

1435 – The England and Wales cricket Board announced there will be no domestic cricket until August 1 at the earliest.

1706 – Major League Soccer announced that clubs can begin to use outdoor team training fields for small group sessions.

1802 – Premier League shareholders agreed to a provisional restart date for the 2019/20 season of June 17.

1904 – Super League clubs held detailed discussions on plans to restart the season but no final decisions were made during a meeting on Thursday.

2000 – Top-flight football was given the go ahead to resume in Italy from June 20.

2005 – This year’s Boston Marathon was cancelled, the first time in the event’s 124-year history that it will not take place.