The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have announced players, coaches and officials of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) will undergo mandatory test for Coronavirus before the league resumes.
The NFF said they will arrange for as many as 1,200 players, coaches and officials to be tested for the Coronavirus before the league will resume.
Nigeria has over 1095 recorded Coronavirus cases with 32 fatalities.
The league matches on resumption will be without spectators, officials further said.
The league was suspended on March 18 on account of the Coronavirus Pandemic.
The league organisers have said they plan to conclude the season within eight weeks after they would have received the go-ahead from the authorities to resume the competition.
Plateau United top the 20-team table with 49 points from 25 matches, while Rivers United are second on 45 points and Lobi Stars third with 43 points.
Enugu Rangers are fourth, while eight-time champions Enyimba are fifth and have five outstanding matches.