Westmeath and Tipperary have joined with a number of other counties in postponing all GAA activities until the end of April.
The GAA announced on the 12 March that all games and training were suspended until March 29 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Already Dublin, Limerick and Waterford have said they will not resume any activity until the end of April, and in the last 24-hours Westmeath and Tipperary have followed suit.
Tipperary have also indicated that it is unlikely that their club championships will be able to be completed in their current format.
The county C.C.C have agreed to extend the date for commencement of games, training and all field and off field related activities from the 29th of March up to and including the 26th of April— Tipp FM Sport (@TippFMSport) March 23, 2020
This includes all County and Divisional Championship and League games plus Coiste na nÓg activities.The CCC will keep in touch and act on further advice that will come from the HSE, Government and Croke Park. Getting our championships and leagues finalised in their present format— Tipp FM Sport (@TippFMSport) March 23, 2020