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Concerns for Cardiff players in South Africa after reports of panic attacks

  • Cardiff are waiting for flights home, followed by quarantine
  • Nine Munster players test positive, also in South Africa

Concerns are growing for the wellbeing of Cardiff players and officials stuck in South Africa amid reports some squad members are experiencing panic attacks as they wait to discover when they can fly home and commence their mandatory 10-day isolation before next week’s scheduled opening European home game against Toulouse.

Two members of the Cardiff party have already tested positive for Covid, with one case suspected to be the Omicron variant, and plans to fly the rest of the squad home are still dependent on the latest round of testing results. Cardiff were due to depart Cape Town on Sunday but are now under strict lockdown and unable to leave their hotel rooms.

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