The XV of France, after new tests carried out on Tuesday, does not have any additional positive cases within its workforce. Results which suggest the maintenance of the match against Scotland on Sunday during the 3rd day of the 6 Nations Tournament.
The days go by and the good news is linked for the XV of France. After the cascade of cases of Covid-19 suffered in recent days – not less than 14 elements affected, players and staff included – the hour now seems to be a return to normal within the Blues. And above all to a perfectly controlled health situation, which was not the case last week. As on Tuesday morning, the management of the selection communicated on Wednesday the result of new negative tests carried out in the evening. “Following the RT-PCR tests carried out yesterday, Tuesday February 23, no new positive cases for Covid-19 have been identified. Tests will continue to be carried out daily until the France-Scotland meeting this Sunday ”, attests the federal press release.
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Good news for the XV of France, including the match against Scotland on Sunday in the 3e day of the 6 Nations Tournament, remains in place, pending the decision of the organizing committee of the competition. The latter must decide definitively on the maintenance or postponement of the match this Wednesday. With the negative results of the day, as well as the desire of the Scots to play the match to avoid a complex situation in terms of the calendar, the trend is towards maintaining the Sunday meeting at the Stade de France.