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Thursday’s authorities Bayern It has been officially announced that Joshua Kimmich will not be playing in any official matches by the end of the year. The German champions midfielder has missed five games and is now facing an extended break.

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“Stoch shrugs his shoulders and says something’s missing. That worries us a little.”

At the end of November, activists announced that Kimmich You contracted the Corona virus. The 26-year-old had been in isolation for some time, as he knew he had been in contact with infected people.

It is true that Kimmich tested negative in recent days and managed to end isolation, but it turns out that he did. football Will not be back soon. “I’m glad my isolation is over. I’m fine, but due to a slight infiltration in the lungs, I can’t exercise to my full capacity. I can’t wait to come back in January” – Kimmich said, quoted in a press release on the site. Bayern.

After a while, he confirmed the information on Instagram. “I must be patient, I must not strain my lungs with a slight offside. I will be watching the last three matches of this year on the couch, and from January we will be together again,” he wrote.

Joshua Kimmish Under Fire

Joshua Kimmich has been the focus of debate in Germany since he revealed he does not want the vaccine due to “personal concerns”. The Bayern Munich midfielder has been criticized and accused of neglecting his duties as a role model in a country with one of the lowest vaccination rates in Europe (around 68 percent).

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Germany is currently at the epicenter of the fourth wave of the epidemic. In recent days, the Ministry of Health has reported record high numbers of new infections, prompting Health Minister Jens Spahn to describe the current situation as a “national emergency”.