There have been no new confirmed cases in the latest round of testing before the Super League gets back underway on Sunday.
However, they are awaiting the results of a further two tests from the 540 done this week. One of those cases is a player, but not for a team playing this weekend.
The latest update says players, staff and officials from all 11 clubs and match officials have been tested at least three times, using the antigen testing method.
The competition is due to restart on Sunday with a double-header at Headingley with St Helens against Catalans, and Huddersfield against Leeds.
The seven remaining clubs then take to the field next week.