German government indirectly urged footballer Joshua Kimmich to get vaccinated

The German government has indirectly called on soccer player Joshua Kimmich to get vaccinated. Kimmich acts as a role model as a player for FC Bayern Munich and the German national team, government spokesman Steffen Seibert said in Berlin. As a result, he hopes Kimmich will “once again review all available information on vaccines approved in the EU.” The vaccination rate, he said, is decisive for the coexistence organization in Germany.


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