The players will continue to be closely monitored after the superbug outbreak.
Three Wests Tigers players will reportedly be tested for hepatitis A after eating potentially contaminated berries from China.
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A number of frozen berry products have been recalled this week due after they were linked to the disease, with 12 people becoming sick with hepatitis A.
According to News Corp reports, three Wests Tigers players believe they have eaten the berries in question.
Wests released a statement on Wednesday saying the players had not shown any symptoms of hepatitis A but would continue to be closely monitored.
“Wests Tigers can confirm that members of the senior playing group fronted Club Doctor Peter Lorenzos on Monday morning with a concern over products they had purchased that may have been contaminated with Hepatitis A,” the statement read.
“The players, who consumed the product in question a number of weeks ago, have shown no symptoms and there are no confirmed cases of the infection.
“On advice of Dr. Lorenzos the players will be closely monitored over time. This is isolated amongst a small group of players who had independently purchased the products.
“Wests Tigers are confident that all players will remain healthy and can confirm that all will take to the field on Saturday night.”