Spurs have announced they will continue to allow NHS services to run from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, despite the restart of the Premier League next week (THFC).

Tottenham opened their facilities to the NHS at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in April. North Middlesex University Hospital has used the stadium as a drive-through COVID-19 testing facility and for its Women’s Outpatient Services.

The Lilywhites were the first Premier League side to allow the NHS to use their stadium as a COVID-19 testing facility.

The underground car park was also used as a storage unit for a local food bank, with Jose Mourinho even lending a hand last month.

Tottenham revealed the away changing room, emergency medical room, official’s room, doping control and medical welfare rooms have all been utilised by the NHS.

However, with the Premier League restart set for June 17, these rooms will return to their original purpose, with the NHS being relocated to a new part of the stadium.

Spurs Web Opinion

Spurs have been ridiculed at times during this pandemic – and rightfully so – but this is truly great to see. If there is one thing that we can look back on this whole ordeal and be proud of in terms of our club, it is this.

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