Rugby Australia has confirmed that members of the Australia Sevens programme who were tested for Covid-19 have each returned negative tests.
Two members were tested for coronavirus after showing signs and symptoms associated with the pandemic.
Rugby Australia didn’t specify whether they were players or staff, only announcing two people had self-isolated after experiencing symptoms this weekend.
However, the governing body announced on Wednesday that they had tested negative and, as a result, teams would return to training at their headquarters in Sydney on Thursday.
As an added precautionary measure, the governing body’s headquarters has be closed for two days for intensive cleaning.
There are not currently any concerns for any other members of the programme.
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