Poland is not an island on the map of Europe and this exceptionally unpleasant variant may catch us sooner or later – Jarosław Mroczek, president of Pogoń Szczecin tells us. That is why the club’s management made a special appeal to the fans.
The club fighting for the Polish championship is not indifferent to the progressing threat related to Omikron, a new variant of the coronavirus. A month before the first home game of the spring round, Pogoń Szczecin issued a special appeal to fans, in which it encourages vaccinations against COVID-19 (the full text of the letter can be found
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“The health of our club’s fans is an absolute priority for us, we cannot and do not want to take on our conscience the tragedy of people who, without the use of preventive measures, would be at a much greater risk of contracting the COVID-19 virus, and thus the worst possible consequences of falling ill “- we read in the open letter of the club’s management board.
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Pogoń is the first club of PKO BP Ekstraklasa to make such a statement to the fans. – Poland is not an island on the map of Europe and this exceptionally unpleasant variant may catch us sooner or later – President Jarosław Mroczek tells us. – Me and my colleagues are not medical experts, but we have confidence in the world of medicine. We know many doctors who work in covid wards. What they tell us is awesome. Like what the bosses of science say. And we have no reason not to believe them. On the contrary. They are authorities – he adds.