The Spanish team is vaccinated against the coronavirus three days after its debut in the Eurocup

After a week of ‘soap opera’, at last, the vaccination process of the Spanish team has taken place.

A contingent from the Security Unit of the Central Defense Hospital, Gómez Ulla, traveled early this Friday to the Ciudad del Fútbol of Las Rozas, headquarters of the RFEF, to begin the protocol for administering the doses to the internationals and the coaching staff. Specifically, there have been a dozen health professionals, with degrees of lieutenant, captain and colonel supported by half a dozen uniformed –a lieutenant, two brigades and three corporals of Land Army

As agreed with Health, they were given two types of vaccines: those who had not passed the infection, Janssen (single dose) and those who had or had already received the first (case of some members of the technical staff) , Pfizer.



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