Terminix La Horquetta Rangers claim to be first football club to vaccinate entire squad

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The following is a press statement from the Terminix La Horquetta Rangers Football Club:

I Kieron Edwards, Terminix La Horquetta Rangers general manager, would like to confirm that all players, coaches and ground staff of the team have either been fully vaccinated or have received their first dose of vaccination. This totals over 40 individuals that have taken their jab. 

Photo: TLH Rangers goal scorer Kishun Seecharan (centre) is congratulated by teammates Jamal Creighton (left) and Jesus Perez during their 4-1 Pro League win over W Connection at La Horquetta on 15 February 2020.
(Copyright Daniel Prentice/Wired868)

Terminix La Horquetta Rangers is the first professional club where all persons have taken heed to the prime minister’s statement of ‘vaccinate to operate’.

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