There has been a rise in COVID-19 cases in Germany and that has led to many cities and states reintroducing tougher measures, with the knock-on effect being that some of Bayern Munich's unvaccinated players will not be able to stay at the team's hotel ahead of Friday's match against Augsburg.
Joshua Kimmich, Serge Gnabry, Jamal Musiala and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting are the four players that will not granted access to the hotel, and it comes after Bavaria has restricted access to hotels and restaurants to only vaccinated and recovered people.
Kimmich revealed a few weeks ago that he has not yet been vaccinated against COVID-19 as he waits to see if there are any side effects.
This brought Kimmich under the spotlight, with Germany's interior minister even asking the Bayern player to get vaccinated.
Everything indicates that Gnabry, Musiala and Choupo-Moting have not been vaccinated either, as following Niklas Sule's positive test they were told that they had to spend seven days in isolation.
Once they tested negative in a PCR test they were able to return to training as normal, but Sule is still isolated from the rest of his teammates.
"There are no exceptions. We only allow entry to vaccinated and recovered people," an employee at the hotel where Bayern are supposed to be staying told Bild.
What's more, Bavarian state president Markus Soder has not ruled out the possibility of making vaccinations compulsory in certain sectors, with one of those being football.
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