Six Nations leaders France are up to nine coronavirus positives, with Julien Marchand and Arthur Vincent ruled out of facing Scotland.
Six Nations leaders France are struggling to contain a coronavirus outbreak - Mohamed Haouas and Gabin Villiere the latest to test positive.
Almost a year on from his final competitive appearance, Yohan Cabaye has called time on his career.
After three members of the France backroom team tested positive for COVID-19, Antoine Dupont returned a positive result on Friday.
Corentin Tolisso is facing a long spell on the sidelines after the France midfielder was injured during a Bayern Munich training session.
France scrum coach William Servat was confirmed as the third member of the backroom team to test positive for coronavirus.
A member of France's technical staff has COVID-19 and national team head coach Fabien Galthie returned an inconclusive initial test result.
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.