Six Nations leaders France are struggling to contain a coronavirus outbreak - Mohamed Haouas and Gabin Villiere the latest to test positive.
There was a wave of tributes to legendary fly-half Dan Carter after the All Blacks great announced his retirement on Saturday.
Dan Carter, twice a World Cup winner and rugby union's record international points scorer, has announced his retirement.
After three members of the France backroom team tested positive for COVID-19, Antoine Dupont returned a positive result on Friday.
France scrum coach William Servat was confirmed as the third member of the backroom team to test positive for coronavirus.
Wounded Ireland suffered their first home defeat to France for a decade on the back of their loss to Wales in Cardiff.
France defended brilliantly and showed their class in attack to secure a first win in Dublin since 2011.
Tries from Charles Ollivon and Damian Penaud condemned Ireland to a second straight defeat as France went top of the Six Nations table.
Wales fought from 14 points down to defeat Scotland, but Wayne Pivac does not think all the team's issues have been overcome.
Louis Rees-Zammit scored two tries and set up another as Wales claimed a slender victory over Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday.