Before deciding whether their six-nation match against Scotland can proceed as scheduled, all French players and staff have tested negative for the coronavirus in a new round of testing.
On Tuesday, the French Rugby Federation said that after a series of positives for the coronavirus in a refugee camp in France, a new test was carried out on Monday night. This time, all players and staff passed.
Previously, ten players and three staff had tested positive in the epidemic that attacked the French team.
The youngest were captain Charles Ollivon, striker Cyril Baille, Peato Mauvaka, Romain Taofifenua, and full-back Brice Dulin.
The six-nation test monitoring team will meet again on Wednesday to determine whether the game against Scotland can be played in Paris on Sunday.
If not, it may be delayed by one week. Scotland warned on Monday that the delay may affect the vacancy of their players.