Tennis-Djokovic has to comply with rules to go to Spain, PM says

18/1/2022 7:02:00 PM
Tennis-Djokovic has to comply with rules to go to Spain, PM says

Djokovic has to comply with rules to go to Spain, PM says

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Djokovic has to comply with rules to go to Spain , PM says

World men's tennis No. 1 Novak Djokovic will have to comply with Spanish health rules to be able to travel to Spain , Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Monday. Answering a question on whether Djokovic would be allowed to enter Spain to compete after Australia deported him for being unvaccinated against COVID-19, Sanchez said: 'Any sportsperson who wishes to compete in our country must comply with the health rules of Spain '.

(This Jan 17 story corrects spelling error in last paragraph)MADRID (Reuters) - World men's tennis No. 1 Novak Djokovic will have to comply with Spanish health rules to be able to travel to Spain, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Monday.Answering a question on whether Djokovic would be allowed to enter Spain to compete after Australia deported him for being unvaccinated against COVID-19, Sanchez said: "Any sportsperson who wishes to compete in our country must comply with the health rules of Spain".

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Djokovic has to comply with rules to go to Spain, PM says

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Djokovic has to comply with rules to go to Spain, PM says

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Spanish politician, Prime Minister since 2018 (This Jan 17 story corrects spelling error in last paragraph) MADRID (Reuters) - World men's tennis No.LinkedIn MADRID: World men's tennis No 1 Novak Djokovic will have to comply with Spanish health rules to be able to travel to Spain, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Monday.LinkedIn MADRID : Spain moved on Monday to regulate rampant advertising of crypto assets, including by social media influencers, tasking the stock market supervisor with authorising mass campaigns and making sure investors are aware of risks.LinkedIn MADRID: The Spanish government will pay €250 (US$284) a month to low-income youths to help them cut the cord in a country where more and more young adults live with their parents because they cannot afford to rent.

1 Novak Djokovic will have to comply with Spanish health rules to be able to travel to Spain, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Monday. Answering a question on whether Djokovic would be allowed to enter Spain to compete after Australia deported him for being unvaccinated against COVID-19, Sanchez said: "Any sportsperson who wishes to compete in our country must comply with the health rules of Spain". German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who was visiting Spain on Monday and stood beside Sanchez during the news conference, also insisted the different rules in the different countries must be respected. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who was visiting Spain on Monday and stood beside Sanchez during the news conference, also insisted the different rules in the different countries must be respected. The new regulations will start from mid-February and allow the CNMV to specifically monitor advertising for all types of crypto assets and to include warnings about risks involved in such investment. "We all have to abide by them, no matter who we are," he said. Djokovic travels regularly to Spain where he owns a house in the southern resort of Marbella. Djokovic travels regularly to Spain where he owns a house in the southern resort of Marbella. That number strongly correlates with endemically high youth unemployment in Spain, where 29 per cent of people under 25 register as jobless.

He spent a few days in late December and early January and video footage showed him training there. Spanish rules currently require people to have either a vaccine certificate, a PCR negative test or a certificate of having recovered from COVID. In November, the CNMV scolded soccer star Andres Iniesta after he promoted the cryptocurrency exchange platform Binance on his Twitter and Instagram accounts, telling him that he should be thoroughly informed about cryptocurrencies before making any investment in them or recommending others to do so. Spanish rules currently require people to have either a vaccine certificate, a PCR negative test or a certificate of having recovered from COVID. The country imposes strict quarantines on people who test positive. During the same news conference, the Spanish Prime Minister made an impassionate call for vaccination. During the same news conference, the Spanish Prime Minister made an impassioned call for vaccination. Even though vaccination is not mandatory in Spain, the vaccination rate is one of the highest in Europe. Source: Reuters.

(Reporting by Emma Pinedo, Belen Carreno, Paul Carrel and Inti Landauro, editing by Andrei Khalip and Christian Radnedge) TRENDING .