Connah’s Quay Nomads’ Europa League match with Dinamo Tbilisi will nonetheless go forward on Thursday regardless of three gamers testing optimistic for Covid-19.
The trio and an extra participant exhibiting signs have been put into self-isolation.
Nomads say the choice for the sport to go forward was made after communications with Public Well being Wales, Uefa and the Soccer Affiliation of Wales.
The second qualifying spherical tie shall be performed at Wrexham’s Racecourse Floor.
Connah’s Quay’s house floor just isn’t deemed Covid-compliant, whereas the Racecourse meets present security standards.
A press release issued by the Cymru Premier facet learn: “On Tuesday evening our total taking part in squad, teaching employees and operational employees undertook the necessary Covid-19 testing, as stipulated by Uefa, and because of this three senior gamers have examined optimistic with an extra participant exhibiting signs of the virus.
“All through our return to play, we now have adhered to the entire rules and proposals put in place by each the FAW and Uefa. The well being and security of our employees and gamers is our absolute precedence always and each single choice and motion that we now have taken displays this.
“Because of the optimistic assessments, all affected gamers have been put into self-isolation with instant impact.
“Following communications with Public Well being Wales, Uefa and the Soccer Affiliation of Wales at the moment [Wednesday], we now have adopted the entire steps within the Return to Play protocol and each advice made to the membership all through every part of our return to aggressive soccer.
“By diligently following the recommendation of the related authorities and placing intensive measures in place, we have been given the go-ahead to proceed with internet hosting the sport on the Racecourse.”
Nomads added that the one-legged tie towards the Georgian Champions will “be an unlimited problem” as they are going to be left with simply 14 out there gamers as a consequence of accidents and the self-isolation.