Epidemiological developments in Australia set off alarm bells for Rugby Championship


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Epidemiological developments in Australia set off alarm bells for Rugby Championship

The epidemiological situation in Australia and New Zealand continues to add new discouraging chapters for the Rugby Championship.

In the last hours, they met six new cases in Queensland, Australia, forcing local authorities to increase movement restrictions, something unprecedented for local citizens.

The news is positive if you have The NLR, the entity that governs the Rugby League in Australia, were all suspended on account of the fact that, from the matches scheduled for this weekend, and it is still unknown what will happen in the coming days, when the strict quarantine in Queensland is lifted.

In turn, yesterday at 23:59, the window granted by the government of that country to allow New Zealand citizens to return to their country, under the cBorder closure imposed a week ago and that will last for at least two months.

With the exception provided for the Wallabies to enter Maori soil, the realization of the Bledisloe Cup that will begin on Saturday 7th August in Auckland would seem to be the strongest argument to venture the possible realization of the Rugby Championship 2021. With two weeks to go before its formal start, questions continue to prevail in a world situation that offers no guarantees.


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