Copa América in Brazil will not require vaccination of players (Health Minister) | The Brazilian Minister of Health, Marcelo Queiroga, affirmed this Monday that the players of the 10 teams that will play the Copa América-2021 in Brazil are not obliged to be vaccinated, contrary to what his government initially requested.
In Asunción the helmsman of Paraguay, the Argentine Eduardo Berizzo, crouches waiting.
“We are going to face a powerful team in the world that has won its 5 games. It will be very stimulating to play this game on Tuesday, ”said Berizzo.
The Guarani occupy the fourth position, the last to give a direct ticket to the World Cup, with seven units, followed by Uruguay and Colombia with the same score and lower goal difference.
Tite, who led Brazil to the top with an ideal score, 15 points from five games, knows that the challenge is great.
“We have said that we have a very great capacity and emotional intelligence to know how to filter situations, have tranquility, good sense, despite provocations”, but the situation generated “is challenging”, Tite acknowledged in the previous to Brazil-Paraguay to be disputed in Asuncion.
With the Copa América in the background for a few hours, the World Cup continues this Tuesday and demands maximum concentration from Messi, in a high-risk Argentina-Colombia, Neymar in command of the super-leader Brazil against Paraguay and Suárez, who without Cavani must straighten Uruguay against Venezuela.