Originally, the game was to be played last Sunday, but it was postponed after 16 players and three staff members of the staff of Comes out Sharks chasing the title tested positive for coronavirus last week.
The match was postponed to Wednesday, however in an additional round of testing held Tuesday, six new players and two staff members tested positive, which made the AJ Bell Stadium crash it was not safe to play.
For this reason, the search for the playoffs for Sale finished as the game was considered lost, Y Worcester won 20-0.
In addition to the additional round of testing with the results returned in the early hours of Wednesday morning, the club has been the focus of an investigation by the Rugby Football Union.
All track and trace details, GPS data, training images and temperature controls were sent to the RFU, but it is the new cases of Covid-19 that have stopped their desperate attempts to organize the game.
“This is devastating, players and staff with Covid-19 Denied the club the chance to fight for the Premiership title at the last hurdle, “said a statement from Sale.
“Sharks is out and everyone involved with the club is determined to come back stronger than ever in time for next season.”