A member of the Donegal senior football squad has tested positive for coronavirus.
In advance of the return to inter-county training from last Monday, all players were tested, with one positive test coming back. The entire squad have now gone into isolation.
A statement from Donegal GAA read: "After a long hiatus, and in line with GAA guidelines, the Donegal senior squad returned to collective training this week. All of the squad were tested for Covid-19 and one of the squad has had a positive result.
"These are difficult and trying times for all in the GAA and the wider community. CLG Dhún na nGall urge all club members, particularly players at all age levels, to adhere to the guidelines which have been set out and can be found on the Wellness tab on our website."
As a result of rising cases in the county and the number of postponements requested by clubs, the county board have postponed the senior B and intermediate B championships.