The NRL will recommence as a 20-round competition on May 28 with the Grand Final to be played on October 25.
The first two rounds of the competition will be counted and the current competition ladder remains in place when games resume.
The competition draw will be determined in the next two weeks, including timing of State of Origin which will be conducted after the Grand Final.
Training will recommence for all clubs on May 4 and stringent biosecurity measures, known as Project Apollo Protocols, will be introduced for players, club officials and staff. These protocols will be more strict than the current public health guidelines and players will face sanctions if they breach the protocols.
The New Zealand Warriors are expected to arrive in Australia on Sunday and it is anticipated they will serve 14-days quarantine in Tamworth. The NRL is continuing to work with federal and state governments on player travel and border permissions.
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