South American soccer begins immunization against Covid-19 in Paraguay

The president of the APF, Robert Harrison, thanked on social networks the management of Alejandro Domínguez, at the head of Conmebol, for allowing Paraguay to be the "first country to vaccinate its professional soccer environment".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Paraguayan Football Association (APF) began this Thursday the immunization against the coronavirus of its first division teams with part of the 50,000 doses of Sinovac vaccines managed through Conmebol to vaccinate the entire environment of its member associations.

The vaccines arrived in Paraguay during the early hours of the morning, and early this morning, the members of Club Sportivo Luqueño, as well as their technical, medical, and logistics staff were vaccinated at the Mundialista Beach Soccer Stadium "Los Pynandi", according to the APF in a press release.

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