Four AFL clubs in Queensland have been thrown into chaos after visiting COVID-19 exposure sites in Victoria.
The clubs impacted include Essendon, North Melbourne, Sydney and Greater Western Sydney, but the AFL is hopeful the two matches involving those four clubs can still proceed tomorrow.
It is understood all those involved attended the Wallabies-France rugby test at AAMI Park last Tuesday night.
The players and staff need to isolate for 14 days.
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The sites these people visited only became tier one sites after they left the state for Queensland, when Victorian health officials updated their data.
None of the remaining three games at Metricon Stadium this weekend are in danger of being cancelled.
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