HEREFORD FC are no longer in isolation after those feeling unwell at the weekend tested negative for Covid-19.

Saturday’s game against Kettering Town will remain postponed but Tuesday night’s game against Chester will now go ahead.

A statement on the Hereford FC website said: “The National League have confirmed that the first-team squad no longer need to isolate.

“Unfortunately, this has come too late in the day to enable our forthcoming game against Kettering Town, this Saturday, to go ahead, however, we’re pleased to confirm that Tuesday’s trip to Chester can now go ahead as planned.

“We will confirm new dates for our rearranged trip to Spennymoor and our home game against Kettering as soon as possible.”

Hereford were placed into isolation by the National League on Saturday after three players felt unwell on the journey to Spennymoor resulting in the match being postponed.

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However, following the negative tests they are free to returrn to action.