Qatar: We will provide vaccination against Corona to all those attending the 2022 World Cup
The nation press services
2021-04-17 | Since 4 Week
The Qatari Foreign Minister, Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, announced that his country will provide vaccination against "Corona" for all those attending the 2022 World Cup.
According to the Qatari "Al Sharq" website, Al Thani said, upon hosting the "Racina Dialogue 2021", that his country is well prepared to prove to the world that it can host the 2022 World Cup, and do it in a distinctive way.
He said: "The World Cup in Qatar will be the first happy event after the new Corona epidemic and isolation, and that this constitutes a wonderful opportunity for the world."
He added, "We have been negotiating and talking to vaccination producers about how to make sure that everyone attending the World Cup has been vaccinated, so at the present time there are programs under development to provide vaccinations to all those attending the World Cup."
He continued: "We hope that we will be able to host it as an event free of the emerging corona virus by the year 2022, and we also hope that the epidemic will begin to decline in the world and then disappear."
He stressed that "Qatar, from the beginning, wanted to make sure, even with the continuation of the epidemic, how it was able to host a successful World Cup with a physical presence so that people could attend and enjoy the event."
It should be noted that Qatar will be the first Arab country to host the FIFA World Cup, between November and December 2022.
More than 1 million football fans are expected to arrive in the country, which currently has a population of 2.7 million.