RTÉ Sport understands that Longford County Board have asked Croke Park to move their Allianz League Division 3 fixture against Derry out of Derry City. 

The fixture is scheduled for Saturday next at Celtic Park, with a 4.30pm throw-in.

It is understood that a meeting of the GAA's CCCC will reconvene tomorrow to review the Covid-19 situation north of the border.

Elsewhere, Fermanagh have lodged a request to the Central Competitions Control Committee for a postponement of Sunday's league game against Clare in Ennis. No decision is due until Wednesday night.

A total of 10 players tested positive for coronavirus and a further seven panel members are isolating.

Speaking recently on RTÉ's Sunday Sport, Fermanagh boss Ryan McMenamin believes that player welfare is not being taken into account for those that have been impacted by Covid-19.

"There's a lot forgotten about in this pandemic that these lads have actually contracted something," he said.

"People think, 'you'll have the 10 boys back.' But I can't expect 10 players to just come back and play a national league game. Any conversations I've had with them is that they're totally, totally wrecked. They're totally gone.

"Any bit of movement at all... they can't go. It's actually a bit scary."