Brazilian players in the Arab Gulf League and the First Division confirmed that they had an irreplaceable opportunity to play in the Emirates during the period during which the world is living an exceptional challenge in the face of the emerging Corona virus pandemic, noting that the bliss of living in the UAE made them not feel afraid of “Covid-19”. ». The Brazilian newspaper “Football Interior” published statements by a number of Brazilian players in the Emirates, noting that at a time when the local Football Association is considering stopping football activity in Brazil due to records of injuries and deaths from the Corona virus, players in the Middle East in general, and in the Emirates in particular, are getting. , On special care in the face of “Covid-19”.
For his part, Al Wasl player Joao Figredo said that the strict measures in the UAE to confront the Corona outbreak have contributed greatly to the regularity of football activity in the country without major problems.
He explained, “Living in general in the Emirates is wonderful, and there is a great commitment from the citizens and residents of the country to follow the precautionary measures, especially as severe fines and penalties are imposed on violators.”
In turn, Ajman player, Louise Antonio, confirmed that he had received two doses of the vaccination against the Corona virus, explaining: “The spread of the epidemic is very large all over the world, but the situation here in the UAE is more serious, and facing the pandemic is going very well, and I am happy that I have obtained The vaccine, and I am working on getting my wife and son also to get the vaccine. ” On the other hand, Dibba Fujairah player Roger Mendoka said: “I am worried about my relatives in Brazil, especially since every day I follow the news of the increasing number of cases and deaths due to the pandemic, while I am here in the UAE I got the vaccine, but my happiness is not 100% complete, Not feeling secure about my family in Brazil ».
As for Masfout’s player, Bruno Dybal, he confirmed that he wishes his parents and all Brazilians receive the care he receives in the Emirates. And, as Al-Bataih player Eric agreed with him, saying: “There are some restrictions that are imposed to confront the Corona virus pandemic, but they are very positive and in the interest of everyone, I have received the vaccination and things are going distinctly.”
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