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UK News: Flick: Tendency at Kimmich to vaccine against Corona

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National coach Hansi Flick sees the "tendency" for the vaccine against the coronavirus at international Joshua Kimmich.

Joshua Kimmich schließt nicht mehr aus, sich impfen zu lassen. © Swen Pförner / DPA Joshua Kimmich does not exclude more to vaccinate.

"I talked to Jo and think that it goes in the direction that he can vaccinate," said Flick during a video clause of the German Football Chamber. "I'll go from it, yes, it's nothing else possible in the future, I'll think," the national coach added.

Bayern Profi Kimmich had made public a month ago not to be vaccinated. Currently, the 26-year-old is a bordered contact person of a Corona case in quarantine. "I think that's the whole thing busy," Flick said. "Now we just have to wait for how it goes on. We have to be a role model, in this situation it is not so easy. " He believes his conversation with the midfielder had been "very good". "He has to decide himself alone," said Flick. "Let's wait."

In addition to Kimmich in Munich, the DFB Players Serge Gnabry and Jamal Musiala as well as Michael Cuisance and the positively tested Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting in quarantine. Gnabry and musical should be vaccinated now. Gnabry after a corona disease once, said Flick.

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