Cardiff and Munster forced to isolate in South Africa after positive Covid cases
Cardiff and Munster have been forced into quarantine in South Africa after both camps returned positive Covid tests.
'As a consequence of one of these results suspected of being Omicron, the entire travelling party have returned to their hotel to isolate.'
'Cardiff Rugby continue to work with the South African Rugby Union, the Welsh Rugby Union and public health authorities both at home and abroad to decide the next course of action.'
Irish side Munster are also in isolation following a positive test result, whilst Scarlets were able to return to the UK early on Monday morning, but must now stay in a quarantine hotel in Belfast.