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Posted in: Djokovic back in immigration detention in Australia See in context

This guy is just on one big ego trip.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,051 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 22,045 See in context

Whats with Okinawa counting the US military cases separately?

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Posted in: Djokovic faces deportation after Australia revokes visa See in context

No surprise at all and totally self-inflicted.

Like Rafa said, all he had to do was get a vaccine, instead he tried to game the system.

1.Applied for the wrong visa (excuse he was given wrong information by TA)

2.False information on travel card (his assistants mistake)

3.Attended public events knowing he was positive (didn’t want to disappoint the organizer)

4.His PCR test results do not match up (still no explanation as to why)

This is more than enough to justify him getting kicked out.

Better luck next year.

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Posted in: Djokovic in Australian Open draw as visa saga continues See in context

Djokovic poses no danger to anyone...

I agree, its not like he attends public event with children knowing he's covid positive...

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Posted in: Djokovic in Australian Open draw as visa saga continues See in context

He won't make to the French open either - Macron has made his displeasure very clear with non-vaccinated people.

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Posted in: Djokovic in Australian Open draw as visa saga continues See in context

He will have his visa cancelled today.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,198 new virus cases; 1,711 in Osaka, 1,644 in Okinawa See in context

this is from 18000 tests - I can't recall the amount of tests ever being this high - its double the usual amount (which is not saying much).

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Posted in: Djokovic admits 'errors' in urgent fight to avoid deportation See in context

no way Federer or Nadal could ever hold up to this kind of negativity...

neither of these players would try and use a loophole to get into a country solely to avoid being vaccinated.

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Posted in: Djokovic admits 'errors' in urgent fight to avoid deportation See in context

His PCR document does not look right either - his negative test seemingly was recorded before his positive test...

https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/does-not-match-djokovic-facing-fresh-questions-over-positive-test-results-20220112-p59nnf.html

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Posted in: Djokovic clarifies movements as Australian visa saga continues See in context

When his dad compared his confinement to the martyrdom of Jesus this whole thing became one big joke. Him and his family are absolutely full of it.

If any normal person tried to get through immigration with and incorrect visa, an incorrect travel card, and a PCR test with mis-matching numbers, they would on the first plane home. He's been allowed in, but according to his family/fans he's being persecuted.

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Posted in: Djokovic clarifies movements as Australian visa saga continues See in context

This is just getting silly now.

Now Djokovic says he made an “error of judgment” by attending events unmasked after Dec 16 when he knowingly tested positive via PCR test. These events included children. Thats some error.

As for his other error he is now admitting, in his travel form, where he indicated he hadn’t travelled in 14 days before traveling to Australia, he now says his team filled it out and made an unintentional mistake.

Then of course just reported a short while ago, and perhaps being the most serious, there are discrepancies with his PCR documentation. 

https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/does-not-match-djokovic-facing-fresh-questions-over-positive-test-results-20220112-p59nnf.html#comments

The confirmation code of his negative result on Dec 22 is 50,000 numerations less than his positive result, suggesting “it was recorded before his positive result”  Did the Djoker purchase a fake negative test?

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Posted in: Australian and Serbian leaders discuss Djokovic's visa See in context

He should have his visa revoked and be punished for lying on an official government document, as any regular person would be - no exceptions or excuses. 

Not sure we can say he lied, but it's like at an airport when you are asked if you packed your own bags - even if you didn't, if you say yes, you are ultimately responsible for whats in the bag - even if Tennis Australia packed it for you!

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Posted in: Australian and Serbian leaders discuss Djokovic's visa See in context

I can understand why many folks are saying his visa should be cancelled - the whole intention of a medical exemption is for those people who for medical reasons (allergic/immune compromised...) are unable to take the vaccine. That is intent of the law. Djokovic has used it in a way that it was not intended - as a loophole in other words. It doesn't help him that he has openly posted anti-vax things on his social media. It was reported today in a news conference by his family, that he knew he was covid positive on Dec 16, the day before he appeared unmasked at a charity event for children. When asked why he attended the event if he knew he was positive, his family "abruptly ended the press conference". All of this does not garner sympathy.

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Posted in: Australian and Serbian leaders discuss Djokovic's visa See in context

So he didn't even fill his declaration form himself, which turned out to be incorrect. Presumably he had to sign it though and as mentioned in he article, it would've been filled out based on information provided by himself.

Who's fault is that?

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Posted in: Japan extends entry ban on non-resident foreigners until end of February: Kishida See in context

From the MOFA website..

From 0:00 am (JST) December 2, 2021, as emergency precautionary measure from a preventive perspective against coronavirus variant Omicron (B.1.1.529), validity of visas already issued by December 2, 2021 are suspended except for the status of residence of “Spouse or Child of a Japanese National”, “Spouse or Child of a Permanent Resident” or “Diplomat” for the time being.This measure does not apply to foreign nationals who departed from overseas before 00:00 am (JST) on December 2, 2021 and arrive in Japan after the time.

So to me this means spouse/children of foreign visa holders (not PR/Japan Nationals), are NOT allowed to come into Japan if they left before Dec2. Or have I misread it?

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Posted in: Australian judge overturns Djokovic's visa cancelation See in context

With an endemic disease which can still be spread by the vaccinated, there is no basis for enforcing vaccinations.

You conveniently left of that vaccinations reduce likelihood of death and serious illness

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Posted in: Australian judge overturns Djokovic's visa cancelation See in context

The Djoker still hasn't explained why a day after he tested positive for corona on Dec 16, he appeared unmasked at a charity event with a bunch of children. Of course he will probably say he didn't know he was positive, but then why did he feel the need to get tested? If he was feeling unwell, he should've waited for his results and not risk infecting a bunch of children.

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Posted in: Australian judge overturns Djokovic's visa cancelation See in context

If they didn’t want him in the country they shouldn’t have sent him an official invitation.

They didn't - Tennis Australia did.

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Posted in: Okinawa reports 1,759 new coronavirus cases; 1,224 in Tokyo See in context

How about this: Percentage of people in Tokyo that have tested positive = 0.00874%

Percentage of people in Tokyo with severe symptoms = 0.00002%

Sorry, I didn't realize the entire population of Tokyo has been tested.

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Posted in: Okinawa reports 1,759 new coronavirus cases; 1,224 in Tokyo See in context

almost a 1500% increase from last Saturday - this is after a 1000% increase yesterday.

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Posted in: Okinawa reports 1,414 new coronavirus cases; 922 in Tokyo See in context

Actually you need at least 10,000 tests to get 10,000 cases and we all know that won't happen. Keep testing low, keep numbers low. Avoid panic, feel good.

yep, I realize Tokyo will probably never see 5 figures because of its testing "strategy"

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Posted in: Okinawa reports 1,414 new coronavirus cases; 922 in Tokyo See in context

No one is dying or getting sick so no need to panic

Factually wrong on both counts, but you already know this.

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Posted in: Okinawa reports 1,414 new coronavirus cases; 922 in Tokyo See in context

That is over a 1000% increase from last Friday!

You need less than 1000% increase to get to 10000 cases next Friday.

Whether you are pro or anti vaccines/lockdowns, this is a big problem!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 641 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 4,475 See in context

Only 3 people hospitalized. Really no need for any restrictions if Tokyo isn't in any danger of hospital overcrowding.

I love this logic, there is no problem yet, so let's carry in as is until there is a problem, then react!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 641 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 4,475 See in context

The worry here is the exponential rise in cases in just days - way way faster than Delta ever spread.

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Posted in: Djokovic denied entry to Australia; has visa canceled See in context

In addition, it is being reported by the Sydney Morning Herald, the federal government sent the head of Tennis Australia 2 letters in November clearly stating previous infection is not an acceptable reason for exemption into the state of Victoria, but received no reply from them. This is Tennis Australia's fault.

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Posted in: Djokovic denied entry to Australia; has visa canceled See in context

To clarify, his medical exemption was that he had caught covid in the previous 6 months, which is a valid exemption accepted by Tennis Australia. The problem is however, it is NOT a valid exemption accepted by the Victorian federal border patrol (and is this is explicitly clear on their website), which is why he is being kicked out. Novak's team has made the mistake of assuming because Tennis Australia accepted a previous infection has being a valid exemption, that border authorities would also accept which not the case. Tennis Australia has screwed up big time, and to a degree Novak's team for not checking border rules properly.

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Posted in: Australia's COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations hit new records See in context

Not it isnt.

Report from NSW Health in September 2021

https://www.nsw.gov.au/sites/default/files/2021-09/Intensive_Care_Capacity.pdf

ICU numbers are 1/6th of what they would need to be to have a "moderate" impact.

yeah, lets' quote figures from 4 months go, when Omicron did not even exist.

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Posted in: Australia's COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations hit new records See in context

And this folks, is why number of infections IS very important, despite what some on here might say. Australia's health system is now being overwhelmed because of the share number of cases, despite Omicron being less severe than Delta.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police raid online news outlet; arrest 6 on sedition charges See in context

This is what awaits Taiwan if the world does not stand up to China.

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