10% of Serie A players refuse to be vaccinated against the coronavirus

The Empoli, club of the Italian First Division, confirmed this Friday six cases of contagion by coronavirus in the players of the first team.


Empoli, the Italian Serie A (First Division) club, confirmed this Friday six cases of coronavirus contagion in the first team players, who are isolated in accordance with the sanitary protocol of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC). "Empoli Football Club communicates that the tests carried out detected six elements of the team group positive for covid," the team recently promoted to Serie A reported in an official note.

The Tuscan club also assured that the friendly that it had planned this Saturday against Cuiopelli was canceled for security reasons. The positives for the Empoli coronavirus occur at a time of rebound in contagion cases in Italy, which registered more than 5,000 infected in the last 24 hours. Many Serie A footballers have already received at least one dose of the vaccine, but an estimated 10% of them refuse to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. The new season will open on August 21 with the first day of Serie A.

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