What more could Novak Djokovic have done? Get vaccinated, isolate and get the facts right
Australia has again cancelled the world No 1’s visa. His fate was sealed when he conceded an error in his paperwork and acknowledged attending an interview after a positive Covid test
, which is very likely to trigger deportation despite Djokovic’s win in court on Monday.Novak Djokovic live news updates: Australia cancels tennis player’s visa againDjokovic challenged his visa cancellation in the federal circuit court, winning because the judge agreed it had been unreasonable of the Border Force to renege on a deal to give him more time to address the exemption issue.
Story continuesOr as judge Anthony Kelly put it: what more could this man have done?But momentum swung against Djokovic when it was noted that his presence in Belgrade for Christmas suggested a declaration he hadn’t travelled in the fortnight before his flight to Australia from Spain was wrong, to say nothing of his public appearances in the days after his positive test on 16 December.Read more: Yahoo Singapore »
‘I couldn’t move my body’: Singaporean, 30, stricken by myocarditis; doctors explain why younger people get it
SINGAPORE — In May, Ms Lee Pei Hsia came down with a fever. What had initially looked like a viral infection led to a serious case of acute myocarditis, which is an inflammatory condition of the heart muscle. The 30-year-old financial adviser said: “I thought it was just a common infection. I didn’t Read more >>