The test match that Georgia and Scotland were to hold in Tbilisi on July 17 was suspended after the hosts reported six positive cases of Covid-19 on the campus that is currently in South Africa. Due to the need for the local team to have a 12-day isolation and then undergo the respective medical tests, an agreement was reached to cancel the match.
At the same time, it should be noted that the game that Lelos and South Africans had to play this Friday had been suspended first.
The Scottish interim coach Mike Blair He said that “as a playgroup and management team, we are obviously hugely disappointed that the Georgia game was a challenge we were looking forward to, especially since our last two games were postponed.”
“However, like all decisions during this pandemic, the well-being of the players must always come first and our support is with the affected Georgia players as we have been through a similar situation, “added Blair.
The Scotland team had returned to postgraduate training at Oriam Performance Center in recent days after a round of negative PCR tests allowed the team to begin preparations before departing for Georgia this weekend. With said match suspended, the July window ended for El Cardo, which has already released its players to return to the clubs.