Rugby Football Union produce a six-stage road map for community clubs to return to some kind of action
The RFU have issued a road map for the return of community rugby.
A national road map, announced today (Thursday), gives guidance on how the game can resume safely. Teams can now train in small groups and the RFU warn that this could be the way it stays for some time.
The game's governing body say they will take guidance from medical experts on the risk of spreading Covid-19 through face-to-face contact between individuals, the ball and other equipment. In addition, they accept that the 2020/21 season could be shortened.
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