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Tennis Player Djokovic who is the world No. 1 tennis player will not be deported from Australia over alleged vaccine ruler violations dismissed as inaccurate by Australian appeals court. This court ruling happened after news broke out from Djokovic’s lawyers that he had gotten COVID and tested positive on December 16, 2021.
The player was under detention in an Australian immigration hotel. Under a virtual meeting around 10am local time: the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia decided in Favour with Djokovic and rejected the decision by immigration staff at Melbourne airport when Djokovic arrived last week that he didn’t meet the rules for an exemption to an entry requirement that all non-Australians be fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
Djokovic said because he has “been recently infected with COVID in December 2021 and on this basis… was entitled to a medical exemption in accordance with Australian government rules and guidance”
BEFORE Court Ruling
Before the court ruling the court had ordered authorities to put Djokovic out of the detention center to an undisclosed place.
But this doesn’t mean Novak is all set and done because the prosecutor which is a government lawyer notified the court and said the countries immigration minister might use, he’s powers to cancel Djokovic’s visa which will block him from entering into Australia for another 3 years.