Two Livingston players have returned positive Covid-19 results.
Livi manager Gary Holt made the announcement tonight after his side’s 4-0 victory at Stenhousemuir.
The Courier understands the players are, Max Stryjek and Scott Tiffoney.
Both are now at home and isolating and Holt is confident the measures the club have put in place will contain the virus.
Holt said: “I am astounded that we have got this far, The good thing is that we have managed to catch it and contain it, the protocols that we have got in place have worked to enable us to get the games on and get the boys protected.”
The gaffer continued by revealing that people in his family have the virus and knows his Livi players are more fortunate than the general public.
He continued: “As I said a couple of weeks ago I didn’t know anyone in March who had it, or caught it. I knew it was worldwide and how severe it.
“I have family members who have got it. My brother has got it, my fiance has got it, my uncle has got it and my nephew has had it so with the world opening up again people are going to catch it but it is how well you can contain it.
“We are fortunate that we are testing. My brother woke up with a cough and thought I will have to go and get a test. Normal people just don’t know if they have got it or not go it.
“We are fortunate that we are testing twice a week and have managed to catch it.
“The good thing is the work we do at the club means nobody is in contact with each other. They shower separately, eat separately and change separately. The only time they are together is training and on the pitch so hopefully the two of them will recover accordingly.”