Qatar: The World Cup 2022 will be Coronavirus-free

Hassan Al Thawadi, Secretary-General of the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, affirmed that the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar will be the first global event around which everyone gathers after the Coronavirus pandemic.

He added, “We succeeded in organizing major sporting events. During which, we followed a strict health protocol to protect against this virus.”

Al-Thawadi continued, “I assure everyone of our ability to organize the 2022 FIFA World Cup in a safe manner in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. Plus, everyone can celebrate their recovery from this pandemic.”
He believed that there are indications that everything is returning to normal. Because the vaccine may provide the masses with a unique opportunity to celebrate here in Qatar.

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy added. “Unlike the pandemic, this cup is the first of its kind in the Middle East and is compressed. Where, one can watch two matches on the same day and the venues are close to each other.”

Al Thawadi stressed that the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be safe and sound. “And we are proud that this major event will come and celebrate it in Qatar.”

He continued, “We currently have many people in Europe in order to benefit from the health protocols that are currently being applied in Europe. And also in North America in the Gold Cup.

Furthermore, he indicated that “all this is for learning in order to preserve the safety of people, and we look forward to the Tokyo Olympics as well to learn from them.”


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