The Brazilian team will be able to count on athletes playing in England who have been fully vaccinated

The Brazilian team will be able to count on athletes playing in England who have been fully vaccinated

Having not relied on athletes playing in England in recent FIFA history, Brazilian national team It may be in the presence of players competing for Premier League for the October qualifiers. The British government announced on Friday that people traveling to countries on the Covid-19 red list (such as in Brazil) will not need to be quarantined upon their return. However, the procedure is valid only for those who have been fully vaccinated.

Gabriel Jesus and Thiago Silva are two of the “Englishmen” for the Brazilian team (Photo: Lucas Figueiredo/CBF)

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Despite the fact that isolation is not mandatory on the way back to the UK, players will have to remain in facilities close to their teams’ training centres, with them released once a day for training or games, according to The Times.

The British government said in a statement: – We have worked with the football authorities to come up with a solution that serves the interests of both clubs and the country, and maintains the highest levels of safety and public health.

Our best defense against the virus is vaccination, and these new measures will allow fully vaccinated players to fulfill their international obligations in the safest and most practical way possible, allowing them to train and play for their clubs as soon as possible upon their return.

Eight athletes working in England have been called up by Tite, and as long as they are fully vaccinated with both doses (or one dose, depending on the manufacturer), they will be able to defend Amarelinha. They are: Alisson (Liverpool), Ederson (Manchester City), Emerson Royal (Tottenham), Thiago Silva (Chelsea), Fabinho (Liverpool), Fred (Manchester United), Ravenha (Leeds) and Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City).

At the FIFA deadline, in September, England did not allow athletes to travel to red-listed countries without being subject to quarantine upon their return, and The English Premier League has objected to transferring players to their national teams.

The leader of the qualifiers, the Brazilian national team faces Venezuela, away, on day 7. After Venotinto, Brazil visits Colombia, on the 10th, and ends its participation in this FIFA date against Uruguay, in Manaus, on the 14th. The match against Celeste will be attended by the public at the Arena da Amazonia.

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