Serie A announces that 98% of all its footballers are doubly vaccinated against the coronavirus

Serie A announces that 98% of all its footballers are doubly vaccinated as the organization of matches in the Italian top flight is not affected by the coronavirus pandemic amid the unrest in the English Premier League

  • Serie A have announced that 98% of all their players are doubly vaccinated
  • The organization of matches in the Italian elite has not been affected by the coronavirus
  • The Premier League has seen nine matches postponed due to squad epidemics
  • Juventus star Giorgio Chiellini urged Italians to get bitten quickly











Serie A have announced that 98% of their players have received two COVID-19 vaccines, which has kept the division relatively unaffected by the virus.

The Italian elite have not been greatly disrupted by the pandemic this season, with the number of positive cases among players remaining relatively low.

The situation is in stark contrast to England, where three midweek games have been postponed and half of this weekend’s 10 Premier League games have been called off due to outbreaks as the Omicron variant quickly spreads to across the country.

Serie A has announced that 98% of its players are doubly vaccinated against the coronavirus

The Italian elite were not affected by the Covid pandemic and the Omicron variant

The Italian elite were not affected by the Covid pandemic and the Omicron variant

Serie A revealed on Friday that 98% of their players had received a double hit, but said they had no data on what percentage received a third dose.

The most recent Premier League immunization data from mid-October revealed that 81% of players had received a dose and 68% had received a double shot. The English Football League (EFL) said on Thursday that 25% of players from its 72 clubs did not intend to get the vaccine.

Juventus and Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini urged his social media followers to get their boost in early December.

Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini urged Italians to get vaccinated in early December

Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini urged Italians to get vaccinated in early December

“Let’s all play our part and get vaccinated for ourselves and to protect the most vulnerable,” the 37-year-old wrote on Twitter.

There have been some positive cases in Serie A in recent weeks, including AS Roma midfielders Bryan Cristante and Gonzalo Villar and Napoli Diego Demme and Matteo Politano.

Italy’s National Institute of Health (ISS) said on Wednesday that the Delta variant was still predominant in the country, with official figures showing the total number of Omicron variant cases standing at December 28 through 15.

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