La Liga plans to resume games without fans on June 12.
La Liga's president, Javier Tebas, said the risk should be nonexistent when daily games without fans are played in Spain.
Real Madrid players took part in individual drills on Monday, and Spain's top two divisions are all back to working out in a similar capacity. Barring any setbacks, Tebas said the season would resume in about a month. Play in LaLiga was suspended March 23 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"I'd like the restart date to be June 12, but we have to be careful, it will depend on society as a whole," Tebas added.
The schedule calls for games every day with a goal of completing the season by the end of July. Teams would have three days off between games.
"The risk during games will be zero, or practically zero," Tebas told Movistar. "What I ask now is the utmost focus on adhering to the health measures. If we stick to them, we'll restart the competition with very few or no infections."
With 224,350 reported cases, Spain is second to the United States in terms of the most coronavirus infections, Johns Hopkins University reported Monday.
--Field Level Media