Due to concerns about the coronavirus outbreak, most sporting events will be postponed.
The 2020 Tri-Nations FIFA International Friendlies between Fiji, the Solomon Islands and Tahiti which was scheduled later this month has been postponed.
This follows a travel restrcitions imposed by the Tahiti government on its people due to the risk associated with the exposure to and spread of the infectious disease COVID-19.
This was the only friendlies lined up for Fiji and Chief Executive officer Mohammed Yusuf says they will abide by the decisions and will not put anyone at risk.
Meanwhile, the Oceania Football Confederation has also postponed all OFC tournaments, workshops, training and courses scheduled until May 6th in order to protect and safeguard all teams and officials from the risk associated with the disease.
Based on the General Secretariat recommendations, the decision was taken and approved by the Executive Committee due to the evolving nature of COVID-19.
The general secretariat will also base its decision on and updates received from the Ministry of Health, World Health Organization and requirements by individual countries and territories across their member associations.
Oceania Football Confederation will closely monitor advice by relevant authorities before making a decision on rescheduling the competitions, workshops, training and courses that are affected by the decision.