QRL.com.au released a statement on Tuesday revealing that Arrow is requiring medical assistance with the setback.
No Jai Arrow at @QLDmaroons training. He’s in hospital being treated for an infection. All I know is it’s in his upper body. He’d been on oral antibiotics prior to admission. He should be ok to train Thurs.
— Dominique Loudon (@dloudon9) June 22, 2021
"Jai Arrow is currently being treated in hospital with a course of intravenous antibiotics," the statement reads.
"Team doctor Matt Hislop admitted Arrow to hospital to "get on top of it quickly”.
"He is expected to be well enough to attend training on Thursday."
The 25-year-old featured in South Sydney's clash against the Broncos the following week and has been named as a back-rower for this Sunday's must-win clash with NSW on Sunday at Suncorp Stadium.