August 24, 2021
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Suva players, officials fully vaccinated

Suva football players and officials are now fully vaccinated and looking forward to the resumption of games.

President Ritesh Pratap confirmed receiving the second dose of the Astrazeneca vaccine yesterday afternoon.

Pratap said getting fully vaccinated gives them a sense of opportunity that football competitions might resume any time soon.

He has also urged other district players and officials to get fully vaccinated so sporting activities in the country could return to normalcy.

Meanwhile, the Fiji Football Association is in discussions with the Ministry of Health and the Fiji National Sports Commission to resume football activities in October.

By Romeka Romena


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