National team coach, Tite receives first dose of vaccine against Covid-19 in Rio de Janeiro | Brazilian Team

National team coach, Tite receives first dose of vaccine against Covid-19 in Rio de Janeiro | Brazilian Team
National team coach, Tite receives first dose of vaccine against Covid-19 in Rio de Janeiro | Brazilian Team

He will receive his second dose on May 3. On some occasions, Tite expressed fear of working during the pandemic period. The Brazilian team changed the regular schedule, without conducting training on the playing field on the eve of the game outside the country – activities called lawn recognition.

To the newspaper “O Globo”, the coach revealed that he was afraid of becoming infected when he learned about the neighbor next door to the building he lives in, he took Covid-19. For the CBF website, Tite showed relief at receiving the first dose of the vaccine.

– A feeling that mixes the relief of receiving the first dose and being closer to immunization and the hope that the vaccination will reach everyone quickly and advance throughout the world. Science and medicine are fundamental to our lives and our future. Vaccine yes! said Tite.

CBF also informed that the physical trainer Fábio Mahseredjian, from the national team, also received the first dose. At the age of 54, he met the criteria of São Paulo, which convened health professionals (including physical education professionals) aged 53 or more in the last week. Tite Cléber Xavier’s technical assistant is in line to be vaccinated later this month.

1 of 2 Tite receives vaccine in Rio de Janeiro. He went to the vaccination site accompanied by Matheus Bachi, son and assistant of the commission – Photo: CBF TV

Tite receives vaccine in Rio de Janeiro. He went to the vaccination site accompanied by Matheus Bachi, son and assistant of the commission – Photo: CBF TV

2 of 2 Nurse applies 0.5 ml of the Coronavac vaccine to the right arm of the national team coach – Photo: Reproduction CBF TV

Nurse applies 0.5 ml of Coronavac vaccine to the right arm of the national team coach – Photo: Reproduction CBF TV

The Brazilian soccer team has not yet entered the field in 2021. Last year, it completed four rounds of the Qualifiers with four victories in the initial games – beat Bolivia by 5 to 0, Peru (4 to 2), Venezuela (1 to 0) and also beat Uruguay (2-0).

The next commitments are for the World Cup Qualifiers, before the Copa America, which will be held in Colombia and Argentina, between June and July. Brazil is in group B and is scheduled to debut on June 14, against Venezuela. Then it faces Peru, Colombia and Ecuador. Classify four selections from each group. Group A includes Argentina, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay and Chile.

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