According to Lanarkshire Live, the tournament will return on Tuesday, March 23.
Hearts were due to play the Highland League side in the second round after they defeated Camelon at the seventh attempt following a raft of postponements.
It was confirmed on Tuesday afternoon that League One, League Two and SWPL 1 can return immediately, while the Scottish Cup has also been given the green light to return.
Revised dates were to be announced as soon as possible.
There are 12 second round ties still to be played, including Hearts’ trip to Brora who led the Highland League before the suspension of the division.
The winners will meet League Two outfit Stranraer at home.
The remainder of the Scottish Cup ties will be played on free weekdays and weekends.
Championship and Premiership clubs have been playing games on weekends which had originally been scheduled for the Scottish Cup.