David Moyes has left the self-isolation he entered as a result of embracing Arsenal counterpart Mikel Arteta before and after the Premier League meeting between his West Ham side and the Gunners eight days ago.
Arteta became the most high-profile name in English football to announce testing positive for coronavirus on Thursday, causing Moyes to enter self-isolation as a precaution.
Moyes had shown no coronavirus symptoms and the recommended seven-day period of quarantine since his contact with Arteta has now passed.
Speaking at the end of February about his club's response to the outbreak, Moyes said: ‘We had a discussion – we took a decision to supply all of the players with hand gel, which they carry in their cars and travel with.
‘They can keep using it as often as they can to make sure that their hands are clean. This is the advice we're getting from our medical team.
‘Also, in the building, we've agreed no fist pumps or shaking hands at the moment. We're all happy with that.'
Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi has also revealed a positive test for coronavirus since the fixtures were called off.
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