National player Serge Gnabry
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According to media reports, two of the five most recently unvaccinated professionals at the soccer record champions Bayern Munich are said to have received corona vaccinations.
According to information from the “Kicker” and the “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung”, Jamal Musiala and Serge Gnabry received the first dose of vaccine from one of the team doctors.
There has been no comment from the club itself.
"I can not confirm that yet," said coach Julian Nagelsmann on the sidelines of the Champions League game against Dynamo Kiev and pointed out that he had taken care of the players in the past few days "who are there".
But: "If that is the case, I am happy because it is the first step." Gnabry in particular, as a recovered person, would soon have "achieved complete vaccination protection," he emphasized.
Also consider other players
Musiala, on the other hand, needs a second dose.
The national player, who only turned 18 on February 26, initially did not have himself vaccinated because there was no general recommendation from the Standing Vaccination Commission for minors, it is said.
Joshua Kimmich, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Michaël Cuisance remain the supposedly last unvaccinated players at Bayern.
According to the media, at least two of the three are now also considering vaccination.
The five professionals were absent from Kiev because they had to be quarantined because of a corona case in the vicinity of the team.
Niklas Süle and Josip Stanisic (both positive) were also not there because of Corona.
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