The SRU say they are monitoring the coronavirus situation ahead of Scotland’s Six Nations clash with France on Sunday.
Ireland’s match against Italy, due to take place on Saturday, has already been postponed because of the outbreak of the virus.
Six Nations organisers will meet in Paris to discuss contingency plans
The SRU said in a statement: “Scottish Rugby is closely monitoring the overall coronavirus situation and its senior medical staff are in dialogue with relevant health professionals to keep abreast of the latest developments.
“We are also in regular contact with both the Scottish Government and the Guinness Six Nations. At this time our preparations for the forthcoming match versus France are continuing as normal”.
The SRU added that they will be contacting supporters this week with the up-to-date government guidance ahead of the game.
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