A report has outlined Major League Baseball's proposed plan to return to play this summer.

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the league is planning to implement a protocol in which all baseball personnel would be tested multiple times a week, with results available within about 24 hours.

The league's proposal does not require quarantining players or automatically suspending play if a player tests positive.

MLB believes that it will be able to gain access to the tens of thousands of testing kits required for this plan without taking tests away from frontline workers, the report adds.