Guardiola urges fans to get vaccinated and wear masks


Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola urged fans to vaccinate against Covid-19 and wear masks in stadiums to limit the spread of the virus and avoid the possibility of matches without fans present.

Premier League clubs are enjoying the presence of fans this season after most matches have been played behind closed doors since the pandemic began early in 2020.

On Friday, Britain revealed that more than 122,000 people were infected in one day, with the number of infected cases increasing in light of the spread of the mutated Omicron strain of the Corona virus.

Guardiola said about the possibility of the fans’ absence again: “I honestly do not want this to happen. But the number of cases of infected people is increasing around the world, not only in Britain. These people go to stadiums and they can spread infection, in stadiums, people do not wear masks and this is what excites me the most.” We must start again with the extra dose of vaccination, if that is decided, along with sanitizing hands, social distancing and masks.”

He added, “I trust the scientists because they know it better than I do. People don’t die when they get the vaccination, but they can die if they don’t get it.”

City leads the league with 44 points, three points behind Liverpool, and hosts Leicester City on Sunday.





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