Scotland Six Nations Tournament organizers have announced that Sunday’s match against France will go as planned in Paris.
The match at the Stade de France Covid-19 outbreak on the Lebruse team, 9 players and 5 staff remained isolated. However, after new negative test results, France was given progress to host the side of Gregor Townsend.
Six Nations said in a statement: “At the Six Nations Test Surveillance Group (TOG) meeting this morning, we confirmed the latest test results for the French national team, and Six Nations was originally scheduled for a France-Scotland match this Sunday. We continue to monitor the situation very carefully and are in regular contact with both unions. “
France is supposed to be free of important players such as scrum-half Antoine Dupont and his captain Charles Ollivon. Victory in Ireland In the final round.
Scotland gives Paris a green light after France no longer reports Covid positives | Scotland Rugby Union Team
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