**With the Coronavirus pandemic continuing to spread across Europe, Guinness PRO14 clubs have continued to step up and do their bit where possible.**\n\nThe latest side to offer up their resources are Scarlets, who yesterday opened Parc y Scarlets as a makeshift hospital, [providing up to 500 beds.](https://wales247.co.uk/scarlets-open-stadium-to-provide-500-hospital-beds/)\n\nScarlets general manager of rugby Jon Daniels said of the decision: “Community has always been a huge part of what the Scarlets is about and in unprecedented times like these communities stick together.”\n\nSimilar measures could be taken with the Principality Stadium, after the [Welsh Rugby Union approached the Welsh Assembly Government and the National Health Service](https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/52024970) about use of the facility.\n\nElsewhere in Wales, Martyn Phillips - chief executive of the WRU - says that they are investigating the possibility of rescheduling Judgement Day after confirming that the double-header would be postponed.\n\nAlthough Phillips admits that they [remain at an early stage](https://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/sport/18332497.judgement-day-off-try-reschedule---wru-boss/) in the planning process, with so many unknowns still circling.\n\n“So Judgement Day is postponed. Will there be an option to reinstate that at some point? Possibly. We are still in the “if we could do it, when would we do it and how would we do it” phase,” he explained. \n\nFor some, however, the pause in competition has perhaps been timed more fortuitously, with Toyota Cheetahs star Ruan Pienaar able to step up his recovery from a recent back injury. \n\n“I think the only advantage in not playing rugby at the moment is that the players who are struggling with injury can fully recover for when play resumes,” the former South African international [told Netwerk24.](https://rugby365.com/tournaments/pro14/news-pro14/springbok-finds-coronavirus-silver-lining)\n\nOver in Ireland, Ulster’s Stuart McCloskey [has been adjusting](https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/52018388) to an improvised training routine from home.\n\nThe 27-year-old stressed the importance of putting things into perspective, while also taking stock of the most important things in life, with his eight-week old son currently taking up much of his time.\n\n"I didn't really see him much when I was down in camp for four weeks but now I'm back I'm with him every hour of the day and it's been great,” he said.\n\nIn other news, former Munster man Simon Zebo [has committed to another year in France with Racing 92.](https://www.irishmirror.ie/sport/rugby-union/simon-zebo-commits-third-season-21748798)\n\nHowever, the 30-year-old opened the door for what could be a dramatic return to Thomond Park down the line, admitting that “They're probably the one club that I would go back to.”\n\nFinally for today, Ulster legend Rory Best takes us down memory lane, revealing what it took to [turn a young tearaway into the most-capped Irish forward of all time](https://www.irishtimes.com/sport/rugby/rory-best-i-just-thought-you-played-the-game-hard-and-partied-hard-1.4210302), after he released his autobiography earlier this month.