Rummenigge does not endanger others directly if he wears his mask under his nose, she told him Deutschlandfunk, but: “I would suggest that you speak to him again on the part of the hygiene officer. In any case, it’s not a good example.”
Rummenigge himself had already admitted that the masks often cause him problems “As a glasses wearer, I – like probably many others – have the problem that my glasses always fog up when I wear a mask.” To get around the problem – and not have to pull the mask under his nose – he had even resorted to a special mask recently.
“Unfortunately, I have not yet found a mask that meets the health and political requirements as well as my requirements,” said Rummenigge, who also explained that the usual mouth and nose protection had often slipped under his nose.
Meanwhile, Zurek rejected the allegation that the authorities had given football special treatment. “We are really very strict about that. We have no exceptions, regardless of whether someone plays in a professional league or whether it is a contact that takes place in a normal office or in the family,” she emphasized.
If a professional at FC Bayern were to test positive for Corona, it would be analyzed, as in all other cases, whether the requirements of the Robert Koch Institute were met. If this is not the case, other players would also have to be quarantined. This was “obviously not” the case with the recent Munich cases.