The Borussia Dortmund player, interviewed by the BBC, spoke about the “Kimmich case”, which had decided not to get immunized
An appeal. Heartfelt, to try to put a point on this situation. In Germany, for over a month, there has been talk of Kimmich and his decision not to get vaccinated for fear of long-term contraindications. The Bayern midfielder was the center of media attention for a long time, until after contracting the virus, he said he was sorry. Now 18-year-old Borussia Dortmund Jude Bellingham is back on the vaccine topic, launching an appeal to colleagues and citizens.
Both in England (Bellingham’s country of origin) and in Germany (where he lives), the contagion curve has risen significantly in recent weeks. This is why Bellingham, interviewed by the BBC, turned to those who have not yet been vaccinated. “Personally, I don’t want to infect anyone, I don’t want to miss matches because of the disease – he explained -. I want to be sure. Everyone should get vaccinated. This is a personal choice, but I wish we were all safer. I advise and ask everyone to get vaccinated “. With the hope that we can soon put an end to this heartbreaking situation.
December 21, 2021 (change December 21, 2021 | 13:16)
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