Aberdeen's response to their coronavirus cluster has been praised by the joint response group, as the Scottish Government is assured there will be no repeat.
Eight Dons players have been forced into self-isolation after a post-match meal in the Granite City saw two players test positive for COVID-19.
That saw their clash with St Johnstone on Saturday postponed amid new lockdown restrictions in the city.
The players involved were chastised by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, and the eight issued a public apology on Saturday.
Monday saw a video conference with National Clinical Director for Scotland Professor Jason Leitch and the managers and captains of the 12 clubs.
And the SPFL and SFA joint response group is confident that any shutdown risk has been averted, after Aberdeen and Dave Cormack put stringent measures in place to avoid a repeat.
Chair Rod Petrie said: "The JRG is thankful to Professor Leitch, as well as the managers and captains of Scottish Premiership clubs, for facilitating a video call to reinforce the message that Scottish football is serious in its commitment to helping the country emerge from the COVID crisis as safely as possible.
“The events of last week were deeply regrettable but the JRG commends the immediate response by the Aberdeen owner, David Cormack, and the manager, Derek McInnes, in dealing with the matter and providing government with the necessary confidence that there will be no repeat.
“Scottish football must continue to work together to ensure the national game remains a safe and secure environment for all participants, but it must also be mindful of its role in promoting and protecting public health messages, behaviours and obligations.
“Harsh lessons have been learned by Aberdeen that will have been heeded by the rest of Scottish football and that message was made clear to Professor Leitch this evening.”