The eight football players shortlisted for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics received vaccinations against covid-19.
Mexico City (APRO). -Eight football players shortlisted for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics received vaccinations against covid-19 at the National Sports Talent Development and Performance Center (Cnar) this Tuesday. ), in Mexico City.
Starting at 11 am, football players appeared in a facility managed by the National Sports and Culture Committee (Conade), where the federal government has provided vaccines to the Mexican delegation participating in the summer fair.
Accepted by John Vazquez (Puma), Sebastian Jurado (Cruz Azul), Joaquin Eskivir (Juarez) and Eric Lira (Puma) A second dose of Sputnik V vaccine was given.
Similarly, the Santos players were vaccinated: Alan Cervantes and Santiago Muñoz, who immediately went to Torreón in Coahuila to participate in the re-attack match against Gallos Blancos de Querétaro, and
Marcelo Ruiz and Víctor Loroña of Xolos de Tijuana.
All of these players are shortlisted for 50 shortlists, of which coach Jaime Lozano will choose who will participate in the Olympic Games starting on July 23.