South Sydney star Latrell Mitchell, Adam Reynolds and Liam Knight have all examined damaging for the coronavirus.
The three South Sydney gamers turned away from the NRL membership’s headquarters and despatched for COVID-19 exams have returned damaging outcomes for the virus.
In a significant reduction to the NRL, Latrell Mitchell, Adam Reynolds and Liam Knight have been all cleared on Tuesday after exhibiting gentle signs on Monday morning and being despatched dwelling.
Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson has additionally reportedly been cleared after testing for the virus.
A Souths membership assertion late on Monday night time stated its testing confirmed how significantly the membership was taking the well being of its gamers.
“Results have proven that each one gamers have been cleared of COVID-19 an infection.
“The Rabbitohs are taking the NRL’s health protocols very seriously, hence why these three players were sent for testing today.”
Mitchell’s take a look at got here only a week after the centre-turned-fullback and Melbourne Storm winger Josh Addo-Carr have been fined by NSW Police for breaking social distancing legal guidelines.
The pair have been pictured with 10 different males round a fireplace, close to Taree in mid-north NSW.
Robinson had proven signs of a sore throat and opted to self-isolate at dwelling fairly than be part of his group at membership headquarters on Monday.
He had examined damaging, 9News reported on Tuesday.
Warriors hooker Nathaniel Roache was cleared of COVID-19 on Monday however that prognosis got here too late to affix his teammates, who flew from Auckland to their quarantine base in Tamworth a day earlier.
Roache needed to miss the flight, leaving the membership to make plans for him to affix them later and probably bear self-isolation.