The coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on every walk of life, and sport is no exception.
Almost every sporting competition, including the Olympics, European Championship and Premier League, has been put on hold as the world's attention turns to getting the pandemic under control.
Here, Sports Mole rounds up all of the coronavirus-related news from the world of sport on June 3.
Wednesday evening's headlines:
English Football League sides will meet on Tuesday, June 9, with the biggest question remaining over how League One will end the 2019-20 campaign. Read more.
Football's Covid-19 test results were out, while a major boxing fight was off. Read more.
There was one positive Covid-19 test in the Premier League. Read more.
A number of proposals for concluding the current campaign are up for debate. Read more.
It will enable fans to watch broadcasts of their club's home games. Read more.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has expressed misgivings about Premier League matches being played in the capital. Read more.
Batsmen Darren Bravo and Shimron Hetmyer and fast bowling all-rounder Keemo Paul have not been named in a 25-man group. Read more.
The Sky Bet Championship is due to resume on June 20. Read more.
Owners Liberty are hoping to stage between 15 and 18 grands prix this year and Chase Carey
said he remained confident in that goal. Read more.
Channel 4 will replay the full 1966 World Cup final on Sunday at 1.30pm in support of National Emergencies Trust Coronavirus Appeal. Read more.
McLaren could be a winner of the budget cap measures set to take effect next year. Read more.
Organisers of the Spanish GP have confirmed they will not pay Liberty Media a fee for hosting one of the initial eight European 'ghost races' this year. Read more.
The Aston Villa captain accepts he set a poor example by agreeing to visit a friend. Read more.
The league sent guidelines to the 20 teams on Tuesday outlining restrictions. Read more.