France’s Six Nations squad is in isolation after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
The French rugby federation confirmed the case, just two days after Les Blues ended a 10-year hoodoo in Dublin by beating Ireland 15-13 at Lansdowne Road.
Head coach Fabian Galthie returned a negative COVID-19 test but will be re-tested.
The federation did not say where the squad is isolating.
It said in a statement additional tests will be conducted at the National Rugby Centre on Wednesday, with more tests to be conducted on Friday and one more round of testing at the national centre on Sunday.
France, who are leading the Six Nations standings with nine points after two wins from two games, are due to face Scotland on Sunday, February 28.