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World Rugby confirmed that the international rugby matches program during the July 2020 window was postponed due to government and health agency COVID-19 guidelines.
The decision resulted in clashes with the Qantas Wallabies Test against Ireland in Brisbane and Sydney, as well as the Australian clash with Fiji in Townsville, originally scheduled for July, being officially postponed. The two tests in the Steinlager series against Wales and the test against Scotland will also not be carried out.
Wales would compete for the All Blacks in Auckland on 4 July and in Wellington on 11 July, followed by a single test against Scotland in Dunedin on 18 July.
A statement from World Rugby on behalf of the main rugby stakeholders says:
“Extended travel and quarantine restrictions that apply to several countries and concerns about the proper preparation time for players mean that any kind of international international rugby competition cannot be held in July.
“The monitoring of the potential impact on the remaining international windows of 2020 continues in collaboration with international rugby stakeholders and their authorities.
“All parties, including unions, international competitions, professional club competitions and international rugby players, will participate in the assessment of possible contingency options, with the aim of achieving an aligned calendar for the rest of the year.
"All decision-making depends entirely on the national government's travel, quarantine and health recommendations and important considerations on the welfare and hosting of players, in line with the recently published rugby return guidelines by World Rugby."