Club president Jackie Lorenzetti told AFP Wednesday that “about thirty players” in Racing 92 had received a first injection of a vaccine against the Covid-19 virus, with the doses remaining at the end of the day in a vaccine yard, confirming information from L’Equipe. .
“In all vaccination centers, it happens that in the evening, there are doses available and if we do not use them, they are outdated. So we asked the governor (Hauts-de-Seine) who gave us his approval even in the evening, only when the doses expired, we can give priority to our players.” Mr. Lorenzetti explained.
“We are about thirty players (who received a dose). We will stop vaccinating tonight because we have a match this weekend (Saturday against Clermont), as a precaution against potential side effects,” added the president of Ile-Club de France. He said the players received the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
The vaccination center in Paris La Défense Arena, where the players received the doses, is a barn in Nanterre where Racingmen play their matches on their home turf. It opened on Monday.
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