The Telegraph: Premier League giants may include vaccinations in new contract terms

  According to the “Daily Telegraph”, several top Premier League clubs are considering adding clauses to new contracts to ensure players are fully vaccinated against the new crown.

  The Premier League published a report in October, which stated that 68% of Premier League players had received two shots and 81% of players had received the first shot. England’s deputy chief medical officer said, “The situation has clearly changed. “.

  Many players are now refusing to get the vaccine because of concerns about its side effects, including a possible increased risk of heart disease, but scientists last week dismissed that claim.

  Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch during this summer’s Euros, but Inter later confirmed he hadn’t even had the first shot when he went down.

  (Xiao Neng)