Qatar: Fans who do not receive the new crown vaccine will not be able to watch the 2022 World Cup live
On the 20th local time, Khalid bin Al Thani, Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior of Qatar, stated that during the 2022 Qatar Football World Cup, Qatar will not allow fans who have not been vaccinated against the new crown pneumonia to enter the stadium to watch the game. Qatar will purchase and reserve 1 million doses of the new crown vaccine to vaccinate foreign fans who have not yet completed the vaccination in their country during the World Cup. Khalid said that the main purpose of Qatar's move is to protect the health and safety of its people.
△The picture shows the Khalifa Stadium in Doha, Qatar (one of the 8 stadiums to host the 2022 World Cup)
The Qatar World Cup will kick off on November 21, 2022, and the final will be held on December 18. This is the first time in history that the World Cup has been held in a Middle Eastern country. (Headquarters reporter Zhao Yuanfang)