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Entertainment Herrlich's son in quarantine: classmate Corona-positive

18:25  30 october  2020
18:25  30 october  2020 Source:   brigitte.de

Trainer Herrlich worried: Not every encounter can be avoided

 Trainer Herrlich worried: Not every encounter can be avoided Trainer Heiko Herrlich from Bundesliga soccer club FC Augsburg is very concerned about the development of the corona numbers. "At the moment it is always a great pleasure when the news comes that all the players have tested negative," said the 48-year-old of the "Augsburger Allgemeine" (Thursday edition). "Every player, coach or club employee tries to protect himself as much as possible, but you can't avoid every encounter." The number of corona infections per 100,000 inhabitants in the past se

The Augsburg trainer Heiko Herrlich (48) reported on the difficulties of young people during the corona pandemic with an example from his own family. "It was now like this: My older son, who lives in Dortmund, had to go home from school because a classmate has Corona and must now be in quarantine," said Herrlich at a press conference on Friday. “These are situations that naturally affect you in your family environment,” said the former Dortmund striker.

Augsburgs Trainer Heiko Herrlich. © Rolf Vennenbernd / dpa / archive image Augsburg's trainer Heiko Herrlich.

Herrlich spoke of an overall situation that was difficult. «Young people of that age also want to get out and live and meet friends and enjoy life to a certain extent. The restrictions are twice as difficult for them, ”said Herrlich. There is a partial lockdown throughout November, according to which, among other things, contacts are severely restricted due to the increased number of infections.

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