September 23, 2021
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No player is under investigation: Patel

The Fiji Football Association President Rajesh Patel has made it clear that no player is under investigation with regards to providing fake vaccination cards.

Patel confirms that all footballers have received their first dose of the vaccine.

He said those players who are fully vaccinated, their details have been sent to the Ministry of Health and Fiji National Sports Commission.  

He also made it clear that the Health Ministry is looking into the details of the fully vaccinated players.

Patel said players who will be found providing fake details will be dealt with seriously by the association.

He has made it clear to the media to stop reporting fake and inaccurate news.

By Romeka Romena

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