Bundesliga clubs will move into mandatory quarantine for the final two rounds of the season as a preventative measure against any further fixture postponements due to COVID-19.

The German Football League (DFL) confirmed the measures on Thursday. The new protocols see the players and staff from the 18 Bundesliga clubs have their movements restricted from May 2, and then placed into closed training camps for from May 12.

The DFL has moved to bring in this two-step process to prevent any further fixture changes or scheduling chaos after Hertha Berlin were forced to postpone three of their matches due to a COVID-19 outbreak at the club. The two stages mean from May 2 -- for matchday 32 -- players and staff will only be allowed to leave their homes for training and matches. And then from May 12, they will move into biosecure training bubbles, based away from home, and will only travel for matches.