Liverpool boss Klopp: Covid vaccine is a 'moral' obligation
Liverpool's German manager offered his view on the situation regarding vaccines as the Premier League has been badly hit with positive cases forcing postponements.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp spoke to the media ahead of Sunday's clash against Tottenham with the game still scheduled to go ahead.
The German offered his view on the employment of vaccines as a means to curb infection and admitted that the ongoing uncertainty makes preparing for matches extremely complex.
The German reiterated that he is not against suspending the league due to the escalating crisis but added that he saw little benefit from such a move given the congested fixture list.
"I just don't see the 100% benefit from stopping it compared to carrying on. Stopping means we stop now for one, two weeks. That means five, six games? When do you want to play them."