The Spanish soccer team will be vaccinated this Friday from 10 am with the full schedule, as reported by the Royal Spanish Soccer Federation (RFEF) in a statement, making it clear that it is “grateful and satisfied with the sensitivity shown by the Government of Spain ”upon having agreed to your request.
“The RFEF, in collaboration with the Government of Spain, will proceed to vaccinate the Absolute National Team. The purpose of this vaccination is to make it easier for Spain to compete in Euro 2020 with full security guarantees, in addition to allowing the national team to compete on equal terms with other participating teams that have already been immunized, ”said the agency.
“The vaccination will take place this Friday in the Ciudad del Fútbol of Las Rozas by the Armed Forces and will begin at 10:00 hours. The national team will be vaccinated by supplying different vaccines depending on the situation of each member “, Add.
However, the RFEF specifies that international players will receive the full schedule, so it is understood that it will be the Janssen vaccine that will be supplied to the players.
“In this way, the national team will finish tomorrow with the complete vaccination schedule to preserve the health and safety of the Spanish delegation in an event of this magnitude, the RFEF’s request being addressed in the face of such an exceptional situation, an issue that thanks the Government of Spain “, says the Federation, which did not want the Pfizer vaccine due to possible side effects before debuting at the Eurocup next Monday.
The decision comes after Sergio Busquets’ positive for coronavirus, last week, and Diego Llorente’s false positive. The RFEF had already requested this measure two months ago, before Luis Enrique offered the final list for the European Championship.