Bayern Munich: Kimmich, again in quarantine and between doubts of exclusion for not being vaccinated


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Bayern Munich: Kimmich, again in quarantine and between doubts of exclusion for not being vaccinated

Germany accumulates a peak of infections, while the country’s authorities increase pressure on the unvaccinated

Bayern Munich midfielder Joshua Kimmich will remain in quarantine for having been in contact with a person infected with the covid, while he questions whether he will not end up being excluded from playing in a general way due to his unvaccinated condition.

The player, who was already out of the concentration of the last three games of the German team, He will not be in the league game against Augsburg or in the next Champions League game against Dynamo Kiev, the Bavarian club reported.

To the quarantine due to contact with a positive is added the controversy caused by his decision not to be vaccinated, after having objected misgivings to do so due to its alleged side effects and doubts about its effectiveness.

All this occurs at a time when Germany accumulates one peak after another of accumulated weekly incidence of infections – this Friday it stood at 340.7 cases per 100,000 inhabitants – and while the country’s authorities increase the pressure on the unvaccinated.

The situation is especially acute in Bavaria, whose government has decreed the closure of public life in those districts where the cumulative incidence level of 1,000 cases is exceeded.

In the whole of the Bavarian “Land” there are already strong restrictions on the unvaccinated, who do not have access to bars, restaurants and other closed public spaces.

It is unclear if this will affect Bundesliga players, although regional prime minister Markus Söder has repeatedly urged them to get vaccinated.


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