A third member of the France backroom team has tested positive for coronavirus, but the players have been cleared to continue their isolation at home after returning negative results.
The French Rugby Federation confirmed on Tuesday that head coach Fabien Galthie and an unnamed member of staff were positive for COVID-19 and would self-isolate for seven days.
Following another round of testing later that day, assistant coach William Servat returned a positive result.
However, with all players testing negative for the second time in succession, they were permitted to return home on Wednesday.
Further coronavirus tests will be carried out at their homes on Friday and on Sunday, when the players return to the National Rugby Centre in Marcoussis.
France, who won their opening two Six Nations games against Italy and Ireland, are scheduled to face Scotland in Paris on February 28.
The squad for that game is due to be announced on Wednesday.