Freddy Bobic, director of football for German football club Hertha Berlin, announced today that the club will not pay the salaries of players who have not received the vaccine against the emerging corona virus and are in quarantine. Media reports stated that Bayern Munich applied the same policy in light of the controversy surrounding the decision of its player Joshua Kimmich not to take the vaccine.
“We have already decided that from the second of November, unvaccinated players will not receive salaries for the period they will spend in quarantine,” Bobic said in statements to newspapers “BZ” and “Bild”. Hertha Berlin was affected several times by cases of infection with the Corona virus, but reports indicated that almost all of its players had taken the vaccine. At the beginning of last October, Hertha Berlin had announced that players who were not vaccinated with the vaccine would bear the costs of the BCR examinations.
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