Premier League Footballers Will Need To Have Covid-19 Vaccinations For 2021-22 S

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England's top-flight league is keen to ensure that those involved at the elite level are on board with the UK's vaccination programme Premier League players and staff will need to be vaccinated against Covid-19 amid fears that the virus could disrupt football next season, Goal can confirm. It's part of the UK Government's wider plan to require all attendees to football matches to show a Covid pass from October 1, with players needing to have had two doses of the vaccine. With the guidance from above being issued earlier this week, the Premier League is actively encouraging clubs to get on top of vaccinating their employees immediately, to avoid further disruption.

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