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‘Rules are Rules’: Novac Djokovic to be deported from Australia

Novak djokovic detained in Australia again

Web Desk — Novak Djokovic’s visa has been canceled and he has been denied entry to Australia, the country’s border agency announced on Wednesday. The agency stated that the tennis player “failed to provide appropriate evidence” to meet entry requirements.

In order to participate in the Australian Open, which begins in less than two weeks, the Serb obtained a medical exemption from the COVID-19 vaccination.

The Australian Border Force (ABF) said in a statement on Thursday that Djokovic did not provide adequate evidence that he met Australia’s entry requirements, so his visa has been revoked.

Djokovic was transported from Melbourne’s Tullamarine airport to the Park Hotel, a government detention facility notorious for Coronavirus outbreaks. Although Djokovic’s lawyers have filed an injunction, the injunction has been rescheduled for 6pm (07:00 GMT) on Thursday.

Djokovic was transported from Melbourne’s Tullamarine airport to the Park Hotel, a government detention facility notorious for Coronavirus outbreaks. Although Djokovic’s lawyers have filed an injunction, the injunction has been rescheduled for 6pm (07:00 GMT) on Thursday.

Djokovic was transported from Melbourne’s Tullamarine airport to the Park Hotel, a government detention facility notorious for Coronavirus outbreaks. Although Djokovic’s lawyers have filed an injunction, the injunction has been rescheduled for 6pm (07:00 GMT) on Thursday.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed Djokovic’s visa had been canceled on social media.

Especially when it comes to our borders, rules are rules. No one is above them. As a result of our strong border policies, Australia has one of the lowest death rates from COVID in the world, and we remain vigilant,” he tweeted.

The Australian government has instituted strict measures to combat COVID-19, including requiring full vaccination with medical exemptions for people entering the country from overseas.

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