Speaking to the Yorkshire Post, Warney confirmed that 2 players were self isolating.
"Lewis Price's brother has got coronavirus and he had spent some time with him. He's got symptoms and is now self-isolating for two weeks. Last Friday, before we got the news that the game was off, Freddie phoned up and had a fever, which is obviously a sign. So he is self-isolating for a week. So we won't see him for a bit."
"Dan Barlaser got called back from Newcastle as they did not want him to train and wanted him to self-isolate, so that is out of my hands as well. Thyere are the only concerns so far."
The players have continued to train, but after the news broke that the season would not restart until the end of April at the earliest, Warney has given the fit players in the squad next week off.
"We have just keep it 'business as usual' wherever we can without taking unnecessary risks. We are still trying to keep the risk to a minimum and keep ticking along and help them."
"We have trained this week, we have done everything on the pitch so the risk was less. The EFL advice with the season not restarting until the end of April is to stop training for the next couple of weeks."
"Next week, the fit lads aren't training, but we will be in with the injured lads and we will be open. And then we will make a decision on the second week. But we don't know which way we are going to go."