Former Wales centre Jamie Roberts has responded to the fact that his positive test for Covid-19 has been made public.
The WRU said there had been 288 tests across the four Welsh regions this week, taking the total to 1,665, with only one positive test, which came in last week’s batch.
“Appreciate messages re. Covid. I’m feeling fine. Lot of DIY at home,” Roberts said on Twitter.
– Appreciate messages re. Covid. I’m feeling fine. Lot of DIY at home 🙌🏼— Jamie Roberts (@Jamiehuwroberts) August 20, 2020
– Delighted no other positive tests and Welsh derby matches get 👍🏼
– How was my confidential medical information published? How’s that Editors code of conduct treating you @_AlexBywater @MailOnline ?
“Delighted no other positive tests and Welsh derby matches get (thumbs up emoji).
“How was my confidential medical information published? How’s that Editors code of conduct treating you?”
Scarlets host Cardiff Blues on Saturday before Dragons travel to face Ospreys the following day in the first league games in more than five months.
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UPDATED | British & Irish Lions predicted 2021 starting XV, according to the bookies
Odds are accurate on Wednesday,3rd July, 8am, and are subject to change.
Fullback: LIAM WILLIAMS (Wales 4/7)
Other contenders: Stuart Hogg (Scotland 4/6), Jordan Larmour (Ireland EVS), Leigh Halfpenny (Wales 5/1), George Furbank (England 7/2)
Left wing: JONNY MAY (England 1/25)
Other contenders: Jacob Stockdale (Ireland 1/3), Adam Radwan (England 40/1), Jack Nowell (England 11/4), Louis Rees-Zammit (Wales 13/8)
Outside-centre: JONATHAN DAVIES (Wales 1/3)
Other contenders: Henry Slade (England 5/6), Garry Ringshow (Ireland 4/6), Jonathan Joseph (England 13/8), Chris Harris (Scotland 20/1), Huw Jones (Scotland 6/1)
Inside-centre: MANU TUILAGI (England 1/3)
Other contenders: Robbie Henshaw (Ireland 5/6), Hadleigh Parkes (Wales 5/4), Sam Johnson (Scotland 9/2)
Right wing: JOSH ADAMS (Wales 1/18)
Other contenders: Anthony Watson (England 4/6), George North (Wales 2/1), Elliot Daly (England 10/11), Joe Cokanasiga (England 3/1), Keith Earls (Ireland 9/2)