Super Rugby 2020 has been Suspended for two weeks due to Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) spreading quickly whole Europe throughout the world originating from Wuhan, China. Super Rugby is organized and covered by Australia, New Zealand, South African, Japan and Argentina. Coronavirus has been detected every countries and the affected patients rate increasing day by day.
Organizer may think twice before they start it back in first week of April 2020. Nevertheless, they will must overseeing the current situation of COVID-19 and its breakout. Australia and New Zealand where Super Rugby is most popular, Governments have to stick on crowding five to ten people gathering not allowed. Consequently, I don’t think Super Rugby 2020 launch date would be more delay.
#stopthespread with these handy tips.
Follow these tips from the World Health Organization to keep yourself safe and help contain the spread of the virus.
1. Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds.
2. Avoid touching your face, eyes, mouth, and nose.
3. Avoid contact with people who are vulnerable. And if you can’t, wear a mask.
4. Cover your cough with the bend of your elbow.
5. Disinfect surfaces you regularly use.
6. If you feel unwell, stay at home and call your healthcare provider.
7. Only share information from trusted sources.