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Doctor calls for vaccinated soccer players: 2G rule "also for players"

2021-10-14T07:51:08.163Z

According to the Stuttgart internist Suso Lederle, only vaccinated players should be allowed on the field in the Bundesliga. “If in future only those who have been vaccinated or who have recovered will be allowed into the stadium, it cannot be that the main protagonists are excluded. The 2G rule must also apply to the players ”, demanded the team doctor of the league club Stuttgarter Kickers in an interview with the“ Stuttgarter Zeitung ”and“ Stuttgarter Nachrichten ”(Thursday).



According to the Stuttgart internist Suso Lederle, only vaccinated players should be allowed on the field in the Bundesliga.

“If in future only those who have been vaccinated or who have recovered will be allowed into the stadium, it cannot be that the main protagonists are excluded.

The 2G rule must also apply to the players ”, demanded the team doctor of the league club Stuttgarter Kickers in an interview with the“ Stuttgarter Zeitung ”and“ Stuttgarter Nachrichten ”(Thursday).

Stuttgart - “A vaccination has to be carried out, there can be no excuses.

And if you are not ready, you simply do not play. "

For Lederle, the players are the most important employees of the Bundesliga clubs.

The doctor therefore has no understanding that a Bundesliga club like VfB Stuttgart, where several professionals are currently in quarantine due to a corona infection, does not ask their players to be vaccinated.

“I was totally surprised that there are still professionals at VfB who have not been vaccinated.

Because I thought it was a highly professional club, ”he said.

"I would expect a presidium or board of directors to make a decision as to who wants to be on the pitch must be vaccinated." Dpa

Source: merkur

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