Morumbi Stadium Drive-Through System – Turns Into A Vaccination Post Against Kovid-19 In Sports

Morumbi Stadium Drive-Through System – Turns Into A Vaccination Post Against Kovid-19 In Sports

As of this Tuesday, the stadium Morumbi This becomes another vaccination post against Kovid-19 in the drive-through system in the city of São Paulo. Entrance will be through Gate 15B and 15C of the stadium Sao Paulo, On Avenida Giovanni Gronchi, makes it possible to vaccinate on the spot without getting out of the car.

Thus, the four main stadiums in the city of São Paulo are part of the vaccination campaign: Morumbi, Neo Kimika Arena, Pachambu and Allianz Parke. According to Governor João Doria (PSDB), at Palmyras Stadium, it will also be possible to get vaccinated inside the car in the coming days.

Vaccination takes place from 8 am to 5 pm from Tuesday to Friday. On Saturday, due to the match between Sao Paulo and Santos for the Paulista Championship, there will be no vaccinations in Morumbi as well as other playing days. Vaccination at the stadium will take place from 8 am to 5 pm on Sunday.

According to the bulletin issued by the club, at Corinthians Stadium, more than 4,000 people have already been vaccinated. Last weekend, there were more than 2,000 elderly people over the age of 80.

Pachambu is the main drive-through post in the city. On Saturday, huge daughters were registered on the site. The stadium was already used as a field hospital in the first wave of epidemics.

The idea of ​​converting stadiums into vaccinated posts is similar to the strategy adopted in the United States. There, the stadiums of the Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Yankees baseball franchises have also been adapted.

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The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) argues that it will return as a spectator in national competitions after being immunized against Population-Kovid-19. Despite the fact that the 2021 football season began last weekend, the restrictions imposed from last year will continue indefinitely.

Since March last year, there are no games in Brazil with the sale of tickets to the public in the main competitions. In January, the final of the Copa Libertadores brought together about 5,000 people in Maracana, but all were present as guests of clubs, institutions and sponsors.

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