Fiji’s Rugby Team Sang A Song From Their Hotel Balconies To Thank The Staff After Ending Their Quarantine

Members of the Fiji Rugby Team sang a tribute to hotel staff in Australia at the end of their quarantine period.

Fiji’s rugby team serenaded the hotel staff in Sydney, Australia, after their self-isolation period ended on Wednesday Feb. 24. They sung and clapped from their individual balconies to thank the staff’s services during their mandatory two-week quarantine in the Sofitel Wentworth hotel.

fiji rugby team sings tribute to hotel staff after quarantine ends

The 33 members of the Kaiviti Silktails coordinated the musical tribute, which was a traditional hymn named “Mo Ravi Vei Jisu,” according to the Guardian. The team had to quarantine for 14 days to take part in their first-ever Ron Massey Cup competition in New South Wales, Australia.