The explosion of Covid-19 cases in Argentina due to the Ómicron variant generated discomfort in the population, which had to take more precautions again. Some doubt was generated by the return of official football, starting in the second week of February. But Matías Lammens, Minister of Tourism and Sports of the Nation, assured that there will be no changes.
“The return is without capacity, yes with a health passport, be very picky about it. We have vaccination percentages of developed countries, we should be proud. That allows us to have no more restrictions. We want football to be a massive event. In any event that brings together many people, the health passport is key. While it is true that you can be reinfected, between vaccinated it is very difficult. And if you get infected, either there are no symptoms or they are mild symptoms,” the official argued.
In addition, he was consulted about the departure of Marcelo Tinelli from the presidency of the Professional League. “I am not following the issue, I spoke with Tapia, but if he sends a message calling for elections, he is calling for the possibility of leaving,” he said on Agenda 1030, on Del Plata radio.
Matías Lammens showed his support for the tournament.
The wish for Centurion
In addition, he told about the San Lorenzo transfer market: “We like Centurión a lot, hopefully the situations will arise to call him up. We need to strengthen the team, that Troglio has variants. Hopefully we can”.