WORCESTER City have begun a 14 day isolation period after one coach and one player tested positive for COVID-19, chairman Steve Goode has confirmed.

City's match with Racing Club Warwick on Saturday was cancelled the day before due to a "number of players and coaches" testing positive for the virus.

The squad will now spend two weeks away from Claines Lane and Chairman Goode updated Worcester News on the latest developments from within the City camp.

"We've got one player that has got it and one coach," he said.

"As well as that we have two other players showing major symptoms of the virus and the whole squad has now been tested and if we get any more positive tests back, they will have to self isolate.

"So they have had the tests but now we are just waiting to hear back on the results, and we will go from there."

The Midland Football League’s Full-Time portal shows the home match with Haughmond on Saturday, October 31 and the trip to Boldmere St Michaels on Monday, November 2 as postponed as well.

Goode confirmed that the home game with Haughmond is off but the trip to Boldmere on the 2nd is still on, but admitted there is some doubt about that.

Goode believes disruption to future games is likely as the virus continues to wreak havoc with sporting calendar.

"We still haven't confirmed any new fixture dates," he said

"It will be up to the league and we will be in discussions with them soon but for now we still don't know.

"Until there is a vaccine I expect there to be more postponements, we have already had games cancelled for Covid and there have been throughout the league.

"Then there's also a chance that Worcester goes into a lockdown and then obviously games will be cancelled for that as well .

"It's a really hard time for everybody at the moment."

City's next scheduled league game is at home to Boldmere St Michaels on the 14th of November.