The Premier League has decided to offer a special prize for clubs with the highest number of vaccines against COVID-19. However, it is unknown at this time what the prize will be for these clubs. This decision of the organizers of the championship comes because of the real concerns about the relatively low levels of protection from COVID-19 among the players.
The championship revealed that in 13 of the 20 clubs less than 50% of the players were vaccinated. League officials have already written directly to the clubs and offered a special prize for those with the highest number of vaccinated players.
In a Sportsmail report in Wolverhampton, Leeds and Brentford alone, almost all footballers have been vaccinated.
In a recent interview, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel said he would continue to treat his players as "adults", reiterating that it was not his job to force his players to get vaccinated.
Although now the idea of awarding clubs can have at least a partial effect and make some teams take more seriously the idea of vaccinating their players.