Barnet have postponed their trip to Yeovil Town after four members of staff showed Covid-19 symptoms.

The Bees had been due to visit Somerset after the National League agreed to continue with their fixtures this weekend, despite the Premier League and EFL suspending matches until at least April 3 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

However, Barnet’s trip to Huish Park is now off after all first-team staff were put into self-isolation.

A statement on the Bees’ website reads: “The club unfortunately must confirm that this afternoon's Vanarama National League fixture with Yeovil Town has been postponed.

“We currently have four staff that are showing symptoms of Covid-19 who are following government advice and self-isolating. As a consequence, we have taken measures to put all first team staff into self-isolation.

“The club has a duty of care to all players, staff and supporters - this is always at the forefront of every decision the club makes.”