WEYMOUTH FC have been placed in full isolation and a televised game has been postponed following a "high number" of coronavirus cases.

The Terras confirmed the news on Friday afternoon (November 6) that the club had been placed into full isolation until Monday, November 16 in according to National League protocols and Public Health England guidelines.

Their game against Wrexham on Saturday, November 14, which was due to be televised on BT Sport, has been postponed as a result.

Stockport County, who The Terras beat 2-1 on Saturday (October 31) have been advised to raise their Covid Alert level. Chesterfield have also been advised to raise their alert level as they played Stockport County in a FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie on Wednesday (November 4).

Sharing a statement on behalf of the National League, it reads: "The National League confirms that following a high number of Covid-19 positive tests, and in line ​with League protocols and PHE guidelines, Weymouth FC has been placed into full isolation until November 16 under a High Alert category.

"As a consequence, Stockport County and Chesterfield have been fully advised and in line with League policy, each has been advised to raise their Covid Alert level as deemed appropriate.

"The league's policy is always driven by medical advice and will continue to be our highest priority in every circumstance involving a Covid-19 event.

"Due to the implementation of the above, the league fixture involving Weymouth and Wrexham is formally postponed on Saturday, November 14."