Wasps will play the Premiership final. This was confirmed by the club after doubts installed around the positive cases of Covid on campus in the last week.
In addition to Tuesday’s round of the PCR COVID-19 screening program, Wasps can confirm that no other players or staff have tested positive. A test from one of the coaches, who tested negative on Saturday, was damaged in traffic and that person will be working socially distanced until his result is confirmed.
The team will now return to training in preparation for the Premiership final on Saturday.
Stephen vaughan, Wasps Group CEO, said: “I would like to place on record my sincere thanks to Premiership Rugby, RFU, Public Health England and Public Health Warwickshire for their clarity and assistance throughout this process. As a club, we are delighted to be able to take our rightful place in this Saturday’s Premiership Rugby final. To all of our fans and supporters, thank you for your many messages of support, this final is for you! “
The Club’s protocols, measures and monitoring of COVID-19 contacts, which remain rigorous, will continue to be followed.