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Australian Open: Australian PM made a big statement about Novak Djokovic – Australian Open: australian pm gives big statement about novak djokovic

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Australian Open: australian pm gives big statement about novak djokovic

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday that tennis superstar Novak Djokovic will be sent back home if he does not prove the exemption given in the Kovid-19 vaccination. The No.1 player said on Tuesday that he has got medical exemption to play the Australian Open title in Melbourne later this month, so he is going to Australia.

Notably, Djokovic has never spoken publicly about his vaccination status, but he criticized the decision for forcibly asking players to take the vaccine.

Morrison said on Wednesday: “I think anyone wishing to enter Australia must comply with our border requirements. Now that Novak Djokovic has not been vaccinated when he arrives in Australia, he must provide acceptable proof that He cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons. At the same time, only fully vaccinated players can travel to the country.”

Morrison said any exemption granted to Djokovic would have to be proved upon arrival in Australia.

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