The Six Nations clash between France and Scotland is set to go ahead as scheduled on Sunday after a second successive days of no new positive COVID-19 tests within Les Bleus' squad.
There were major doubts over whether the round three encounter at Stade de France could be staged following a COVID-19 outbreak in the France camp.
Captain Charles Ollivon, scrum-half Antoine Dupont and Brice Dulin were among a host of players to test positive, while head coach Fabien Galthie also contracted the virus following the win over Ireland.
The French Rugby Federation on Wednesday revealed that there have been no more positive tests and the squad were able to resume high-intensity training.
Leaders France have therefore been given the green light to try and make it three wins out of three in Paris this weekend.
A Six Nations statement said: "Further to a meeting of the Six Nations Testing Oversight Group (TOG) this morning to review the latest tests results of the French Squad, the Six Nations confirm the plans to stage the France v Scotland match as originally scheduled this coming Sunday.
"We continue to monitor the situation very closely and are in regular contact with both unions."
Les Bleus are level on nine points with Wales, who face defending champions England at the Principality Stadium on Saturday.
Ireland take on Italy in the first game of the weekend at the Stadio Olimpico in what will be a battle of sides who have lost both matches.