FIFA and regional soccer body CONCACAF said qualifiers that had been scheduled for October and November had to be pushed back because of travel and quarantine rules during the coronavirus pandemic.
“Many parts of the region continue to have very challenging public health situations, and that has been a key factor in this decision,” the two governing bodies said in a joint statement.
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