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Sampler

  1 month ago

Should unvaccinated international tennis players be allowed to compete at the 2022 Australian Open in Melbourne?

In a leaked email from the Victorian government, it appears that unvaccinated international tennis players will be allowed to play at the 2022 Australian Open in Melbourne, despite Australian players and spectators being required to be double vaccinated. Do you think this is fair and justified?

Should unvaccinated international tennis players be allowed to compete at the 2022 Australian Open in Melbourne?
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Cazzle

  1 month ago
Medical apartheid rears its ugly head. Reply
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stratman

  1 month ago
But.............................he's a tennis player. Substitute tennis player for other high profile sports person or celebrity actor or media personality or poltician or wealthy person or..................... Reply
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KT051

  1 month ago
No, they are no different to anyone else. Reply
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jaysblueaus

  1 month ago
No they should not be allowed, as to me we cannot have one rule for others, and another for the elites. If other people must have to prove that they are vaccinated before flying into Australia, then so should the over paid Tennis Players should be as well Reply
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Garry.C

  1 month ago
NO.
But if those in charge get their way and unvaxxed players do get in , then shove them into the facilities in Darwin .That should change the minds of those players who say they don't mind doing the quarantine .
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p.gilbert83

  1 month ago
No way.I live in Vic and say that if they are not vaccinated they should not attend.I will boycott them if some higher power lets them in.The Vic Government said no and that is the only answer i listen too Reply
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kess29393

  1 month ago
I think I saw on the news today that the Feds are putting the kaibosh on this nonsense Reply
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maxree

  1 month ago
Definitely Not, rules should be applied to everyone. Celebrities, athletics or well know people should not get special treatment. Reply
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WoodyP

  1 month ago
No. But if they are allowed in they must surely do 14 days' quarantine. Reply
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achatterjee4

  1 month ago
No. Reply
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