August 11, 2021
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Ba players and officials fully vaccinated

The men-in-black Ba football team players and officials are now fully vaccinated, confirms coach Kamal Swamy.

Swamy said the players and officials have received their first and second dose of the AstraZaneca vaccine. 

He said it was important to get vaccinated so that players, officials and their families are safe and stay protected.

He said being fully vaccinated also means that players have enough time to rest as they hope the football activities resume in the country soon.

Swamy said they are hopeful that the Ministry of Health will give the green light as the national team reps need to get back on field and prepare for the World Cup Qualifiers next year.

He added that the national reps in the team are safe and they are doing their personal training at home.

By Romeka Romena  

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