The senior squad at Dragons are now staying away from the region’s training base at Ystrad Mynach and following individually tailored training programmes.
The decision has been made in conjunction with the Welsh Rugby Union and in response to ongoing developments in the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
The health and well-being of the squad, staff and their families remains a priority and so players have been issued with personalised training plans and equipment, with the Guinness PRO14 season currently suspended indefinitely.
Training plans vary depending on individual player circumstance, with the rehabilitation of those currently injured being managed by the medical team adhering to strict guidelines.
Every member of the squad’s training will be monitored and players will be in regular contact with the backroom team, individually and as a group, using modern technology.
The first squad video conference took place today (Wednesday) and this will happen on a weekly basis to ensure all relevant information is passed on and players are kept up to date.
The region has already announced that all community and commercial appearances by players and staff have been cancelled or postponed.
Dragons will endeavour to keep supporters up to date with latest squad developments via www.dragonsrugby.wales and on our social media channels.
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The health and well-being of the squad, staff and their families remains a priority...