Stoke City have no imminent plans to put their training ground into complete lock down as a precaution against coronavirus.
Other clubs, particularly those with staff testing positive for the virus, have shut down their facilities until further notice.
Chairman Peter Coates acknowledged growing public fears amid the on-going crisis.
But he added: “We have already taken what we hope and consider are sensible precautions at the training ground.
“People can’t just come and go as they please because we have severely limited who visits the training ground to cut down on risks and to stay in line with sensible advice.
“Younger players had already stopped coming to the training ground, so at the moment we see no reason to make the restrictions even stricter.”
Manager Michael O’Neill took training as usual earlier today before the EFL announcement about widespread postponements.
The club has already implemented precautionary measures like cancelling public appearances by players and a halting of selfies and signing autographs.