Liverpool Football Club continues to implement the government's advice on the coronavirus outbreak and welcomes today's Premier League statement to postpone all games, including Premier League, FA Cup, academy and Women's Super League fixtures in the best interests of players, staff and supporters.

The club has implemented its own precautions across its sites to minimise the spread of the coronavirus by minimising contact where practicable and reinforcing the official medical advice for everyone to take responsibility for excellent personal hygiene.

Ticket and bookings already purchased for the postponed Premier League fixtures may still be used for the rescheduled dates, which will be announced in due course. If supporters are unable to attend any of the rearranged dates then a refund process will be announced at the time the revised fixture dates are announced.

Liverpool FC Foundation has also announced the LFC Legends game against Barça Legends on Saturday March 28 at Anfield has also been postponed. More details regarding the Legends game can be found here. The Foundation and Red Neighbours are also reviewing the delivery of their community programmes in the best interests of everyone involved.

Anyone displaying symptoms that are consistent with coronavirus should ensure they familiarise themselves with the chief medical officer’s advice on self-isolation.

We will continue to take the best advice from the relevant authorities and will update supporters with any further developments.

Click here for the latest government advice on coronavirus.

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