The Six Nations committee, meeting this morning, validated that the France-Scotland match will be played on Sunday, after the French team had no new infected with Covid, for the second day in a row.
France today regrets the absences of eleven playerss (of which eight were holders during the last trip to Ireland) and several staff members (Fabien Galthié, William Servat, Karim Ghezal …). All infected players have been replaced in the group by healthy players, the contaminated tricolor staff is isolated on the wing opposite the Habs residence. Despite everything, the last two series of tests, conducted on the players and the management on Tuesday and Wednesday, did not reveal the slightest positive case.
Gathered this morning in an extraordinary meeting, the 6 Nations Committee (TOG) test monitoring group gave the green light for the match scheduled for Sunday to be played in Saint-Denis. However, if new cases were detected within the French campus in the next two days, the TOG would urgently meet again to move the meeting.