COVID-19: Eight in Leeds Rhinos test positive | Rugby
Leeds has verified that eight members of their first team group and the group in the rear room isolate themselves after showing indications of feasible coronavirus.
The Rugby Football League has declared that matches, from the ideal flight to neighborhood clubs, are suspended before April 3 because of the pandemic.
The scheduled Super League game on Saturday at Perpignan involving Catalans Dragons and Leeds was postponed following confirmation that anonymous Rhinos players were put in isolation. Following tests were negative to the virus.
Leeds Rhinos rugby director Kevin Sinfield directed the club rugby department in a morning assembly Tuesday, with a day announcement confirming the medical upgrade.
The team said in a statement:”Leeds Rhinos rugby manager Kevin Sinfield has verified that eight members of their first-team team and the backroom staff are now in isolation after displaying symptoms of feasible coronavirus.”
The suspension of the Super League game list is going to have a substantial affect on the construction of the remainder of the season.
Some nightclubs have been already behind with matches because of Cup and Storm Ciara postponements, while the Catalan Dragons have matches from St Helens and Leeds to reorganize them once they had been victims of their World Club Challenge and the coronavirus. respectively.