Two Bayern players get vaccinated, see hesitation reasons

By Gideon Adonai

Serge Gnabry and Jamal Musiala have now been vaccinated two of the five most recently unvaccinated players of Bayern Munich, according to Kicker information.

This leaves Joshua Kimmich, Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting and Michael Cuisance, with information from “Bild” Kimmich and Cuisance seriously considering vaccination.

According to kicker information, Musiala initially followed the official recommendation of the Standing Vaccination Commission (STIKO), which up until August did not consider vaccination necessary for children and adolescents under the age of 18 because the risk of severe COVID courses was considered to be low became, says Frank Linkesch.

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As a reminder: Musiala came of age on February 26th. Even in spring and summer he would have been with the last in the order of urgency.

Every percent more performance can be a decisive factor. For very young players in particular, it is a matter of weighing up: Infection and, in the worst case, Long Covid – which is extremely rare in very young people – against the dangers of possible vaccine side effects and the problems resulting from them.

 

Fears and insecurities among the players

For some players, fears and uncertainty are said to have contributed to the hesitation. In addition to breakthroughs in vaccination, the actors also cited heart problems as reasons. So Sergio Aguero threatens the end of his career (FC Barcelona).

The case of Christian Eriksen, who collapsed at the European Championships, is said to have played a role. Every top athlete, so it is said from Musiala’s environment, be aware that their own body is their capital. It’s about goals and dreams and a healthy body that is needed for top performance on a world-class level.

Every top athlete, so it is said from Musiala’s environment, be aware that their own body is their capital. It’s about goals and dreams and a healthy body that is needed for top performance on a world-class level.

Every percent more performance can be a decisive factor. For very young players in particular, it is a matter of weighing up: Infection and, in the worst case, Long Covid – which is extremely rare in very young people – against the dangers of possible vaccine side effects and the problems resulting from them.

Musiala obtained several medical opinions

After this deliberation process, Musiala decided to vaccinate. For this he obtained several medical opinions, including from national team doctor Prof. Dr. Tim Meyer and from Bavaria’s team doctor Prof. Dr. Roland Schmidt. There were also other doctors and experts in immunology and functional medicine who look after top athletes as well as patients with long covid and vaccine damage.

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