England Performance Unit activity suspended due to coronavirus fears

The Rugby Football League has suspended all England Performance Unit activity until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic.

New England coach Shaun Wane was supposed to meet his 31-man squad for the first time at Old Trafford on March 23 – but the meeting will not go ahead now.

The England Wheelchair squad were meant to meet up in Sheffield this week, but that has also been postponed.

The RFL will look to re-arrange both dates as soon as possible, consistent with government advice.

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