Can’t we do the same? The Zenit of Saint Petersburg will be applying vaccines against the Gazprom Arena’s coronavirus to their fans.
How long do they say the flight to St. Petersburg leaves? Zenit takes advantage of the platform that football represents to apply vaccines against the coronavirus in the Gazprom Arena, a building where it plays its home matches.
The club’s board of directors works with the government to accelerate the application of the doses of the Sputnik V vaccine. However, these are limited to those who are over 18 years of age.
Zenit’s campaign began with the application of vaccines on Saturday, March 13. Prior to the match against Ajmat Grozny, a mobile module was installed that will run until the end of the 2020/21 season.
“Please bring your passport and your national health card. You will be asked to be seen by a medical professional for approval before vaccination, “requested the team through a statement.
Zenit have 3 games left to play at home in the Russian Premier League. The first will be held on April 5, the next is scheduled for the 24th of the same month, and the last for May 2.
Other stadiums that administer vaccines
Although there are still few sporting events that use its platform to vaccinate, several buildings have been set up as vaccination centers throughout the world to stop the pandemic.
The government of Bahrain took advantage of the visit of Formula 1 to offer doses of Pfizer-BioNTech to the teams. The decision to accept it is personal, and pilots like Checo did not waste the opportunity.
For their part, the New York Yankees gave Yankee Stadium to vaccinate the inhabitants of the Bronx. The applications began in the first days of February, and even Mayor Bill De Blasio was present to support the medical staff.