WM 2022: Only those vaccinated against Corona are allowed in Qatar

Qatar only wants fans vaccinated against Corona to attend the 2022 World Cup. “Most countries in the world will have their citizens vaccinated by the time the World Cup takes place,” Prime Minister Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani said in state media on Sunday. “Due to the possibility that some countries will not be able to vaccinate all of their citizens, Qatar will refuse entry to the stadiums for fans who do not have full vaccination against the coronavirus.”

The first soccer World Cup in the Middle East is slated to begin on November 21, 2022. “We are currently negotiating with a company to provide a million doses of vaccine against the coronavirus to immunize those coming to Qatar for the World Cup,” said Sheikh Khalid. “Our primary goal in vaccinating the unvaccinated is to protect the public health of citizens and residents.”

The World Football Association (FIFA) and the Qatari World Cup organizers have not yet commented on the Prime Minister’s statements.

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