Joshua Kimmich: "I'll get vaccinated"

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Joshua Kimmich: "I'll get vaccinated"
Joshua Kimmich: "I'll get vaccinated" (Provided by Sport World News)

Joshua Kimmich, Bayern Munich defender, said he changed his mind about the COVID-19 vaccine after contracting the virus and being subsequently cured. He said: "Now I have to wait for the go-ahead from the doctors, after being cured of COVID-19, I can't do it right away, but I'll get vaccinated.

Even though it was difficult for me to deal with my fears and certain beliefs I had. But now I realized how things stand. I thought that respecting the rules, taking every precaution and taking regular swabs were enough to protect myself from the virus, instead it would have been better if I had already had the vaccine.

In any case, some have passed the limit. We always talk about respect, tolerance and open-mindedness and I really think these are values ​​that have been lacking in the current debate. I feel lucky because my symptoms have been mild.

But the checks I have undergone have shown that c there is some liquid in my lungs. So I have to take it slow and wait about ten days before starting to train again. Otherwise the danger is that the liquid reaches my heart and that there are long-term consequences." Development Minister Bettina Stark-Watzinger said: "Kimmich is a footballer, a type to be taken as an example by many.

So I hope that his case will push many people to get vaccinated, because that's the only way we can get out of the pandemic."

Champions League: serious mistakes in the draw, what happend

Things never seen at the 2021/2022 UEFA Champions League round of 16 draw in Nyon!

A sensational mistake during the draw forced the organizers of the ceremony to start over after an hour. UEFA was forced to repeat the Champions League draw procedure due to a glaring mistake in the match of the balls, when Manchester United was picked up as Villarreal's challenger, a pairing not possible, given that the two teams were part of the same group.

The English were not included among the possible challengers of Atletico Madrid, which had touched Bayern Munich. For this the Spaniards appealed and UEFA had to cancel the first draw. UEFA tweeted: "Following a technical problem with an external vendor's software indicating which teams cannot play against each other there has been a clerical error in the Champions League draw.

As a result, the draw has been declared void and will be in full redone." Michael Heselschwerdt, Uefa's Head of Club Competitions, also includes Manchester United in the urn and former Arsenal player Andrej Arshavin picks up the English.

The images then show that the Manchester United ball was forgotten during the formation of the bowl of potential Atletico Madrid opponents. The latter, in turn, therefore had more chances of catching the dreaded Bayern Munich, as it later happened.

Uefa member Evelina Christillin said: "It happened that a ball landed where it shouldn't have ended up, there was a big mess, there was the famous 'black swan', that is to say a human error, not had never happened in history.

In the name of UEFA, I too sprinkle my head with ashes and we will redo these draws. " Here are the round of 16: Sporting vs Manchester City
PSG vs Real Madrid
RB Salzburg vs Bayern Munich
Inter vs Liverpool
Chelsea vs Lille
Villareal vs Juventus
Benfica vs Ajax
Atletico Madrid vs Manchester United

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