Ireland's second ODI against West Indies in Jamaica has been postponed due to two further Covid-19 cases within the Irish squad.
Five members of the touring party are currently in isolation under the supervision of medical staff ahead of Tuesday's planned fixture at Sabina Park.
The two national cricket federations said they would meet to discuss possibilities on how the series could be completed.
Ireland lost Sunday's first ODI in Sabina Park, falling 24 runs short in their pursuit of West Indies total of 270. The Irish team were subsequently fined 40% of their match fee for maintaining a slow over-rate in the match.
Cricket Ireland and Cricket West Indies released a joint-statement, confirming the postponement.
"The second CG Insurance One-Day International scheduled for Sabina Park on Tuesday, January 11 has therefore been postponed.
"CWI and CI are in discussions to review the match schedule and are working to explore all possibilities for the series to be completed.
"The five members of the Ireland team who have returned positive COVID-19 results remain in isolation under the care and supervision of the medical teams.
"Further updates will be provided as soon as possible."