Scotland vs France Girls’s Six Nations conflict postponed as residence participant assessments optimistic for coronavirus

Scotland Girls’s Six Nations conflict with France has been postponed after a house participant examined optimistic for coronavirus.

The sport was set to happen in Glasgow on Saturday.

The sport between Scotland and France has been postponed

A press release on the Scottish Rugby’s official web site stated the participant had been ‘admitted to a well being care facility as a part of the protocol however was in any other case effectively’.

Seven members of administration and gamers are self-isolating on medical recommendation.

Over 100,000 individuals have been contaminated with coronavirus, which has included nearly 3,5000 deaths.

And within the UK, the illness has triggered two deaths, with 163 individuals testing optimistic.

The Scotland crew returned from northern Italy, which is without doubt one of the worst-hit nation with nearly 4,000 individuals contaminated, on Sunday, February 23 as their match was postponed.

The assertion stated: “This determination has been taken along with Scottish Rugby, the French Rugby Federation (FFR) and Six Nations.

“The Six Nations CEO has been in fixed contact with Scottish Rugby and is in full help of this determination. The Scottish Authorities has additionally been briefed.”

Scottish Rugby’s chief medical officer Dr James Robson stated: “We’re happy that our participant is doing effectively and that each one the right medical procedures have been adopted and proceed to be adopted.

“We’re working with the Scottish Authorities in persevering with to look at and observe NHS recommendation.”

The assertion added: “Scottish Rugby request that the privateness of the gamers and administration are recognised in these circumstances.

“Scottish Rugby will talk about with Six Nations the rescheduled dates for the matches.”

Scotland have picked up one dropping bonus level after a defeat in Eire, which got here earlier than a heavy 53-Zero residence loss to England.

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