Bahrain offers a free vaccination program for Formula 1 – other sports

Bahrain offers a free vaccination program for Formula 1 - other sports

To make the first Grand Prix of the new Formula 1 season as safe as possible, the government of Bahrain has suggested giving everyone a free vaccine. However, it seems unlikely that the F1 board will respond to this.

Due to the postponement of the Australian Grand Prix, scheduled for March 21, the F1 season will start a week later in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Training sessions will also be organized there from 12-14 March.

The majority of the participants will be in Bahrain for the three weeks before the race. This provides an excellent opportunity to provide additional protection for those wishing to do so in the form of a vaccine (from Pfizer-BioNTech), the organizers say. They indicated that Bahrain has “one of the highest vaccination rates in the world” and that there are five different vaccines available to the population. “Bahrain is expanding its program on a voluntary basis to all major events in the kingdom when the timing permits,” she said.

However, F1 is unlikely to accept the proposal. After all, the board of directors, which is based in the UK like most teams, follows UK government guidelines. It does not prioritize Formula 1.

The United Kingdom was the hardest hit in Europe, with nearly 123,000 deaths. More than twenty million people have already received a first injection.

Due to the postponement of the Australian Grand Prix, scheduled for March 21, the F1 season will start a week later in the Kingdom of Bahrain. Training sessions will also be organized there from 12-14 March. The majority of the participants will be in Bahrain for the three weeks before the race. This provides an excellent opportunity to provide additional protection for those wishing to do so in the form of a vaccine (from Pfizer-BioNTech), the organizers say. They indicated that Bahrain has “one of the highest vaccination rates in the world” and that there are five different vaccines available to the population. “Bahrain is expanding its program on a voluntary basis to all major events in the kingdom when the timing permits,” she said. However, F1 is unlikely to accept the proposal. After all, the board of directors, which is based in the UK like most teams, follows UK government guidelines. It does not prioritize Formula 1. The United Kingdom is the worst hit in Europe with nearly 123,000 deaths. More than twenty million people have already received a first injection.

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