COVID-19 again had the final say over another Major Arena Soccer League game this weekend.

Utica City FC was forced to postpone its Sunday, Dec. 26 home match with the Baltimore Blast in accordance with MASL COVID-19 Protocols, it was announced on Tuesday.

Several players and staff in the Blast and Utica City FC organizations have entered protocols after testing positive.

The rescheduled date has been set for Wednesday, Feb. 23 at 6 p.m. at the Adirondack Bank Center.

Last week, COVID-19 Protocols forced Baltimore’s games at the Milwaukee Wave on Saturday, Dec. 18 and at the Kansas City Comets on Sunday, Dec. 21 to be called off.

Tickets purchased for the Dec. 26 game are still valid for Feb, 23, according to Utica City FC.