Alarm signal, after LPF wants to vaccinate the players and coaches from League 1: “The athletes from the national teams have a different status and are much less!” | EXCLUSIVE

The Professional Football League wants to vaccinate the players from League 1, as Justin Ștefan pointed out. ProSport he talked to two well-known doctors, and Adrian Marinescu claims that teachers should be taken into account faster and explained why athletes in national teams have a different status.

However, Beatrice Mahler has a different opinion: the manager of the “Marius Nasta” Institute believes that the vaccination of all high-performance athletes should be done as soon as possible, even if they are not part of the national teams.

“We saw that it was approved that the athletes participating in the Olympic Games be included in the second stage of vaccination and we would be interested in all footballers, plus all those who participate in professional level competitions, to be included in this phase of vaccination”, said Justin Stefan, for ProSport.

Can League 1 players be vaccinated in the second stage? “They are healthy people! Teachers are in the risk category! ”

“There are other categories at risk, for example school staff, psychologists, those with associated diseases. Teachers, for example, need protection because students under the age of 16 are vectors of transmission. And many of the older teachers are in the risk category, they have other associated diseases.

Young players, such as those in League 1, have in principle no other associated diseases, they are healthy people. Athletes from the national teams that will be vaccinated have a different status, because they meet athletes from other countries and go abroad. In addition, they are much fewer than in our competitions “, said doctor Adrian Marinescu, for ProSport.

“The vaccination of high-performance athletes should be taken into account from the second stage of vaccination. That even if they are athletes, theoretically they are not in a risk category. As we know, the support of Romanian sport must be done through such actions, the development of sports competitions also depends on the health of those who practice it “, was the opinion of Beatrice Mahler, for ProSport.

Players and coaches are divided: “It’s not normal to force you to get vaccinated!”

Opinions are divided among athletes and coaches, even if they are part of the same team, as is the case with Liviu Antal and Laszlo Balint.

“It is not normal to be forced to get a specific vaccine. Everyone is responsible for their body and makes decisions in a way that suits them. If I want to get vaccinated, I’ll do it, if not, no! Nobody has to force me. I vaccinate my body, not another “, said Liviu Antal.

“I would get vaccinated, it is important to be able to do our job and I want the fans to return to the stands. The lack of fans mattered a lot! Nobody is obliged, but we’ll see what happens next. It is important that there are not many more disruptions to the competition. “, said Laszlo Balint.

More than 38,000 Romanians were vaccinated against COVID-19 on Wednesday. Since the beginning of vaccination in Romania, 308,384 doses have been administered to a number of 302,570 people.

3.192 among the Romanians they made the booster dose, according to the National Committee for the Coordination of the Vaccination Activity

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