Not been confirmed yet, but in the absence of any Tuesday night fixture for the Albion this week, it would seem likely.
Seem to recall the NPL league chairman (Mark Harris) announcing at the start of the season that the Northern Premier League (and the equivalent status leagues down South, I.e. the Isthmian and Southern leagues) wouldn't want to continue whilst no spectators are permitted.
Can also envisage this latest four week National lockdown being further extended to include the Christmas and New Year period.
Might be that only those clubs that have a rich backer (for example South Shields?) or are prudently run (hopefully Witton Albion?) will survive.
Those clubs that rely on gate takings, and/or bar takings and/or a run in the FA Cup / FA Trophy, and aren't beneficiaries of the National League / National Lottery support package, may well really struggle.
Reckon that there might well be more "Macclesfields" before the season is out.