Mikel Arteta, who is the head coach of Arsenal, admits that he is "feeling better already" day after he was tested positive for the coronavirus.
Arteta, the first team squad and the whole staff were put under isolation following the government guidelines.
The Premier League, EFL and The FA postponed all fixtures until April 4, after the news that Arteta and Callum Hudson-Odoi had tested positive for COVID-19.
In his tweet he says: "Thanks for your words and support. Feeling better already. We're all facing a huge and unprecedented challenge. Everyone's health is all that matters right now."
None of the Arsenal players did not have any contact with Arteta since Tuesday. The first squad has a day off on Wednesday, just a day before Arteta was diagnosed on Thursday.
West Ham head coach is in self-isolation after he had a close contact with Arteta when the two teams met on Saturday.
David Moyes has not displayed any coronavirus symptoms, but he isolates himself as a precautionary measure.
Hudson-Odoi also feels better after he was tested positive for coronavirus
Callum Hudson-Odoi got cold symptoms on Monday morning and because of that he chose to stay away of the squad since then.
Chelsea's full squad has gone into self-isolation after it was clear that the winger had COVID-19, the club made a statement in the early hours of Friday morning.