The Spanish soccer team is already vaccinated for coronavirus

The Spanish soccer team is already vaccinated for coronavirus

The members of the Spanish team that are going to play the Eurocup starting next Monday received their corresponding doses of vaccine against the coronavirus this Friday in the Ciudad del Fútbol of Las Rozas (Madrid).

After several days of uncertainty about this matter and fueled by the positive for Covid-19 of midfielder Sergio Busquets, the internationals and technical staff of the ‘Red’ concentrated in the Madrid town were vaccinated by members of the Hospital Security Unit Gómez Ulla Defense Center in Madrid.

“The soccer players summoned for Euro 2020 who are in Ciudad del Fútbol this Friday have received or completed their complete vaccination schedule against Covid-19,” said the national team, who received their dose three days after debuting in the competition against Sweden at La Cartuja in Seville (9:00 pm).

The Security Unit of the Hospital Central de la Defensa Gómez Ulla in the capital was in charge of carrying out this action that allows the triple European champion to play “with full security guarantees” the continental tournament that starts in Rome this Friday “and also in full equality of conditions with other participating teams”.

Until Las Rozas “a dozen health professionals, with degrees of lieutenant, captain and colonel, supported by half a dozen uniformed men – a lieutenant, two brigades and three corporals from the Army” traveled to administer the roads to the soccer players according to the collaboration initiative between the RFEF and the Government of Spain”.

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