Anti VAXXER Novak Djokovic Deported From Australia

Anti VAXXER Novak Djokovic Deported From Australia

Anti VAXXER Novak Djokovic Deported From Australia!

Continue on for full details after know-it-all tennis star Novak Djokovic tested country’s COVID vaccine rules and found out… reports that Anti VAXXER Novak Djokovic finally got deported from Australia by Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison because he tried to breach entry rules at the border.

His poor excuse didn’t cut it with the prime minister.


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According The Guardian:

The Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, says Novak Djokovic was deported because he tried to breach entry rules at the border, even though the immigration minister did not dispute the tennis star’s belief he had a valid medical exemption.

The Serbian tennis player boarded an Emirates flight from Melbourne to Dubai on Sunday night, hours after the full federal court upheld the minister’s decision to cancel Djokovic’s visa.

Morrison said on Monday the world men’s No 1 had failed to comply with “the rules”, that to enter Australia that “you either have to be vaccinated or you have to have a valid medical exemption and show evidence of it”.

“It’s as simple as that,” the prime minister told 2GB radio. “This is about someone who sought to come to Australia and not comply with the entry rules at our border. That’s what this is about.”

The health minister, Greg Hunt, also argued on Monday that Djokovic’s medical exemption “wasn’t valid”.

But the immigration minister, Alex Hawke, did not make alleged non-compliance with entry rules a central plank of his reasons for cancelling Djokovic’s visa a second time on Friday.

Hawke said he weighed that up as a factor against cancelling the visa, but added: “That I am assuming he currently has a medical reason not to be vaccinated does not ultimately affect my reasoning on health and good order as explained below.”

The immigration minister also noted Djokovic – who cited a recent Covid infection as a reason for not being vaccinated – had received a supportive letter from Tennis Australia.

“I have taken into account that upon receipt of this letter, Mr Djokovic considered that he had a valid medical exemption to come to Australia, and that he would therefore be entitled to remain in Australia.”

The minister said Djokovic’s travel declaration “has a false answer” to a question about travel in the 14 days prior to coming to Australia, and the tennis star “should have been more careful”.

“While I will assume that Mr Djokovic has not breached any laws in circumstances where his agent says that she is to blame, I am still concerned because Australia Travel Declarations are important documents, and the information in them should not be false,” Hawke said.

But the minister said his decision would have been the same regardless of the travel declaration issue.

The immigration minister used powers under section 133C(3) of the Migration Act to cancel Djokovic’s visa “on health and good order grounds, on the basis that it was in the public interest to do so”.