PM, Victorian premier differ on whether unvaccinated players can come for Australian Open

By John Pye

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Would changing the venue be an option?

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Keep the unvaccinated out. Simple.

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Victoria state Premier Daniel Andrews went on the front foot, telling reporters in Melbourne he wouldn’t be applying for exemptions for unvaccinated players.

Where was his other foot? Poking around for necks to stomp on?

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The organization that runs the Australian Open will lose a lot of money if the number one player plus other top players can’t participate. They should sue the Victorian government.

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What Morrison says changes with the wind and by the way, he's full of it. Victoria decides who can enter Victoria and they are clearly saying they don't want unvaccinated players, officials and spectators. Frankly why should he get an exemption? What makes him so special that he should be allowed to do what he wants when all the spectators and officials have to be vaccinated.

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Two weeks Hotal quarrantine will be enough for unvaccinated payers. If he or she caught Covid-19 and then they were infected by some vaccinated players or fans.

Premire has to consult with health official about these matter. I know the Premire will change his words.

If the all players boycott the Australian Open and then he has to change the unvaccinated policy.

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