Perth has been plunged into a snap three-day lockdown which will have major AFL fixture ramifications.
The outbreak occurred in a Perth quarantine hotel. Two people have since tested positive and a third travelled to Melbourne.
North Melbourne is currently in Western Australia ahead of their Saturday night clash with Fremantle.
GM of Football Brady Rawlings told reporters the club is awaiting clarity from the AFL on what to do.
The WA government has announced the game will go ahead, but without a crowd.
West Coast is currently in Geelong ahead of their own game this weekend.
No teams are travelling to Perth next week, with the Derby scheduled to take place.
Tonight's NBL and Super Rugby games in Perth are going ahead and with 100 per cent capacity.
More to come.
WA 3-day lockdown:— Ryan Daniels (@FootyRhino) April 23, 2021
Len Hall tribute match between @freodockers & @NMFCOfficial will go ahead tomorrow - but no crowd.
It’s Freo’s marquee home & away fixture. Nth have already landed in WA.
Derby next week will depend on lockdown results.
More to come @7NewsPerth
BR: We will be guided by the government and the AFL. But we are hopeful that tomorrow night will go ahead as planned.— North Melbourne (@NMFCOfficial) April 23, 2021