Guinness PRO14 interviews brought to you by [Big Red Cloud](https://www.bigredcloud.com/) \n\n\n**Leinster head coach Leo Cullen has paid tribute to the club’s medical staff, who are using the break in Guinness PRO14 action to help fight coronavirus on the front line.**\n\nLeinster’s club doctor John Ryan is head of the A&E department at St. Vincent’s Hospital while GPs Dr Stuart O’Flanagan and Dr Jim McShane also work closely with the club, with McShane recently recovering from COVID-19. \n\nWith the pandemic front and centre, Leinster’s medics have turned from treating players to treating the public and Cullen says the club is very proud of the work they’re doing.\n\n“We get regular updates from John Ryan,” Cullen said. \n\n“There are lots of other people working behind the scenes in their own various ways. \n\n“We feel very lucky that the players get their care ordinarily but our thoughts are now with the medics who do provide care for us on a normal day-to-day basis and now the situation they found themselves in.\n\n“Huge credit goes to them and what they do at this amazing time, they are very much at the forefront of all our thoughts.”\n\nLike most, Leinster’s players are currently in isolation due to social distancing measures and the lack of rugby has allowed the likes of Dan Leavey to step up their recovery from long-term injuries.