Abu Dhabi: Ireland's second one-day international against United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday has been postponed due to four further positive Covid-19 cases in the home team's camp.
It is the second time the game has been called off for coronavirus reasons.
The match was originally to be played on Sunday but was rescheduled after three UAE players tested positive.
The decision to suspend the match again was made after a new directive was received from authorities.
A new date for the match is yet to be decided.
UAE secured a six-wicket win over the Irish in Friday's series opener.
Ireland were due to play UAE again on Thursday and Saturday before beginning a three-match World Cup qualifier series against Afghanistan on 21 January.