Scotland’s Six Nations match in Paris on Sunday has been thrown into additional doubt after 5 extra France gamers examined constructive for coronavirus.
Captain Charles Ollivon will miss the sport after contracting the virus, together with the 9 different France gamers who’ve examined constructive to date.
Les Bleus are high of the Six Nations desk after successful their opening video games in opposition to Italy and Ireland.
A call on whether or not the match might be performed can be made on Wednesday.
“Ensuring the health and safety of all players and staff is our number one priority,” stated a Six Nations assertion.
“Should the decision be that the fixture cannot go ahead, the match will be rescheduled for the earliest possible date.
“Six Nations wish to want all affected gamers, coaches, and help crew a speedy restoration.”
Ollivon, Brice Dulin, Cyril Baille, Romain Taofifenua and Peato Mauvaka tested positive on Monday.
Mauvaka is the only one of the 10 players to have contracted the virus who did not feature in the matchday 23 for the round two win over Ireland.
The French Rugby Federation said two members of backroom staff were also considered “suspicious circumstances” after their exams.
The players and staff involved will return home to isolate and the rest of the side will return to training on Wednesday with testing taking place every 24 hours.
Star scrum-half Antoine Dupont, centre Arthur Vincent, hooker Julien Marchand, wing Gabin Villiere, and prop Mohamed Haouas are already isolating after returning positive tests last week.
Head coach Fabien Galthie and assistant William Servat also tested positive earlier this week and have been isolating.
Uncapped players Gaetan Barlot, Thierry Paiva and Cyril Cazeaux have been called up to the squad, along with Baptiste Pesenti and Thomas Ramos.
Scotland are fourth within the Six Nations desk after successful their opening sport in opposition to England earlier than shedding to Wales.