Zenit Saint Petersburg have revealed that fans attending games at the Gazprom Arena will be eligible for a coronavirus vaccine.
Countries around the globe are ramping up their vaccination efforts in a bid to get on top of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Russia was one of the first to roll out a vaccine; fans over the age of 18 of Zenit will be eligible for an injection at the club’s home games.
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“The Sputnik V vaccine will be available to all visitors to the match aged over 18,” the club said in a statement. “Please bring your passport and national health card (SNILS) with you and you'll be required to be seen by a medical professional for approval before the vaccination.
“The mobile vaccination station will open on the third floor of Stand C near sectors C110-111 and will be in operation at all Zenit home games until the end of the 2020/21 season.”
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