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3 Apr 2020


FIFA statement on worker protection from COVID-19 in Qatar

FIFA has been in constant communication with our key stakeholders on how to use football as a tool to help raise public awareness, as well as to manage and mitigate the impact of the virus on our sport. An important part of these efforts concerns the migrant workers in Qatar...

we kindly refer you to communication by the SC. FIFA is also in touch with the SC and other relevant stakeholders to assess the situation... FIFA is confident that the Qatari authorities... are taking important measures to... [keep] migrant workers safe and to ensure their rights are respected...

We...will continue to review the situation to help ensure that the most effective measures possible are taken to safeguard the well-being of migrant workers in Qatar.