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Football: Qatar aims to host the World Cup without a COVID

© Reuters. PHOTO FILE: Qatar Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani

DUBAI (Reuters) – Qatar’s Foreign Minister said on Saturday his country is ready to host the World Cup next year and has been in talks with vaccine suppliers to ensure all attendees are be vaccinated, the QNA state news agency reported.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani, who is also a deputy prime minister, said: “Currently there are programs under development to provide vaccines to all World Cup attendees. We hope to be able to nest. hold an event without COVID “minister, pastor.

The president of the FIFA global soccer organization, Gianni Infantino, said in February that World Cup matches will take place in full stadiums in Qatar next year.

Mr. Al-Thani said he believes this will be the world’s first carbon neutral event, said QNA.

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