Australia PM says unvaccinated gamers at Australian Open should endure quarantine
SYDNEY, Oct 27 (Reuters) – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Wednesday mentioned unvaccinated tennis gamers should endure a compulsory two-week COVID-19 quarantine in the event that they want to journey to the nation for the Australian Open event.
“Same rules apply to everyone whether you are a grand slam winner, prime minister, business traveller, a student or whoever,” Morrison informed Seven News on Wednesday.
Men’s world primary Novak Djokovic has declined to reveal his vaccination standing and mentioned final week he won’t play on the event, “things being as they are”. learn extra
Melbourne, the nation’s second-largest metropolis and host of the Australian Open, will enable quarantine-free entry to completely vaccinated worldwide travellers from Nov. 1. learn extra
Editing by Chris Reese