Mayo GAA are dealing with Covid-19 issues ahead of Sunday's Connacht Championship match with Leitrim.
The seriousness of the situation remains uncertain, as does whether or not players are isolating or if close contacts have been identified.
The Mayo county board issued a statement this morning following rumours of Covid-19 related issues last night.
The statement read; "Mayo GAA are currently working with the HSE on a number of Covid-19 related queries amongst members of the County Senior Football panel.
"Mayo GAA are following HSE guidelines and our Senior team are continuing their preparation for Sunday’s Connacht Championship game versus Leitrim."
The statement confirms that the squad is pressing ahead with final preparations for this weekend’s game, with James Horan subsequently naming a team with four changes from the side that trounced Sligo.
Castlebar Mitchels goalkeeper Rory Byrne replaces Rob Hennelly, Padraig O'Hora replaces the injured Lee Keegan, while Michael Plunkett starts at full-back as Oisin Mullin moves to half-back.
Kevin McLoughlin and Jordan Flynn are replaced by Stephen Coen and Bryan Walsh.