- Most of the Premier League footballers still suffer from Kovid-19. not vaccinated from
- Sportsmail reveals that almost two-thirds of players are yet to fully shut down
- The stars have heard the conspiracy theories involving infertility and Bill Gates
- Sports Minister Nigel Huddleston reiterates his public message to get the jaw
The government has urged Premier League footballers to get a Covid vaccine, with the minister telling players and society at large: ‘I know there are some concerns but (our) message is still there: get vaccinated. ‘
sportsmail It was revealed last week that nearly two-thirds of top-flight players have yet to be fully laid off, with many denying Bill Gates, infertility and vitamins as conspiracies involving the power of ‘polluting’ dressing rooms. are.
However on Thursday, Sports Minister Nigel Huddleston insisted: ‘This is getting the attention of a relatively small number of people.
‘The message of the government is get vaccinated, full stop. This goes for everyone – players, absolutely everyone.
Government again urges Premier League footballers to take Kovid vaccine
Sports Minister Nigel Huddleston urges footballers to ignore their concerns about virus
“Most athletes in all sports have actually been vaccinated,” he said. ‘They have still helped us encourage others to get vaccinated, using their platform very effectively and we are very grateful for that.’
Huddleston also defended the use of the exemption for elite players, insisting: ‘It still comes with a lot of caveats.’
Meanwhile, Brazil have followed Argentina by confirming that nine of their Premier League players will not return from international duty early.
Brazil’s third qualifier against Uruguay is barely 24 hours before the Premier League’s restart on 16 October.
Some soccer players are listening to virus conspiracy theories, including one on infertility.