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WTA Green light for tennis players not to be vaccinated for Australian Open

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Revealing information leaked by the Women’s Tennis Association’s e-mails (WTA) that it will allow athletes who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 Compete in the Australian Open Grand Slam

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Earlier, Australia’s immigration minister Alex Hawk said that athletes who did not receive or failing to disclose their vaccine status will not be allowed to enter Australia. Like the state of Victoria The venue of the Australian Open 2022 between 17-30 January next year, which recommends that athletes vaccinate. before joining the tournament

From the regulations that resulted in Novak Djokovic, the world’s number one tennis player, who has not revealed whether he was vaccinated or not. Has revealed that may not participate in the Grand Slam tournament this time

Australian Open flags flutter in the wind on day five of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 19, 2018. (Photo by Paul Crock / AFP) / — IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE – STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE —

However, the Irish Times recently revealed leaked emails sent by the WTA to athletes saying they may be allowed to compete under certain conditions. This includes quarantine for 14 days if not vaccinated.

The email states that players who have not been vaccinated. Must have tested negative for COVID within 72 hours prior to travel to Australia. Therefore, they will be allowed to come to Australia after December 1, so if they are not infected, they will be able to enter the country after that.

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