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    Tennis star Novak Djoković claims that he tested positive for the coronavirus on Dec. 16. But the digital test result suggests otherwise. This and a suspected false statement could create new visa problems for the athlete in Australia.

    The digital data suggests that the test results arenít from Dec. 16 at all. In the digital results, there is a timestamp for 2:21 p.m. Serbian time on Dec. 26. Such timestamps are normally produced automatically by corona test systems, marking when individual tests are entered into the relevant database. That usually happens just a few minutes after the test result becomes available. Another possibility could be that the timestamps are generated when the tested person downloads the results from the server.

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    The ABC News website says the Immigration Minister has cancelled the visa. Immigration Minister Alex Hawke cancels Novak Djokovic's visa ahead of Australian Open - ABC News but this can be appealed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RANDLOVER View Post
    The ABC News website says the Immigration Minister has cancelled the visa. Immigration Minister Alex Hawke cancels Novak Djokovic's visa ahead of Australian Open - ABC News but this can be appealed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeanoH View Post
    In 1986 the then Treasurer (later Prime Minister) Paul Keating observed that Australia was at risk of becoming a 'banana republic', how prescient of him. This latest fiasco playing out on the international stage is enough to make one think Paul Keating was a man before his time. Closely following on the heels of Australia's incompetently handled 'nuclear submarine' international embarrassment one has to wonder.

    Firstly I wonder if Australia actually has a foreign minister or for that matter an Immigration Minister. It seems both are 'Missing In Action' leaving the current Prime Minister to 'have a crack' and make a fool of himself on the International stage (again).

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    It's interesting that quite a few of the comments in The Age (and no doubt in other news providers as well) refer to Australia being embarrassed or looking stupid. In point of fact the comments in, for example, The New York Times, have been overwhelmingly positive towards Australia - the general view is that Australia has done the right thing by cancelling Djokovic's visa and for requiring vaccination to enter our country. It appears that people in the USA are sick of their own anti-vax sportspeople and also think that too many rules are bent for people who are connected or famous.

    But there's also another side to this - frankly, why should we care what others think? We should be doing what every other country in the world does and act in our own interests. To not do so is craven and smacks of the cultural cringe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arapiles View Post
    It's interesting that quite a few of the comments in The Age (and no doubt in other news providers as well) refer to Australia being embarrassed or looking stupid. In point of fact the comments in, for example, The New York Times, have been overwhelmingly positive towards Australia - the general view is that Australia has done the right thing by cancelling Djokovic's visa and for requiring vaccination to enter our country. It appears that people in the USA are sick of their own anti-vax sportspeople and also think that too many rules are bent for people who are connected or famous.

    But there's also another side to this - frankly, why should we care what others think? We should be doing what every other country in the world does and act in our own interests. To not do so is craven and smacks of the cultural cringe.
    And for those of us that have spent time overseas half of the world doesn't know where we are and the other half doesn't give a ****. I guess that it is part of our culture as a "new" country but the media certainly get clicks whenever they run a line that suggests that the rest of the world is saying we are doing something out of step.

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    Gone for six and out unanimously, with costs. Letís see if he appeals to the high court.

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    He has to get special leave to go to high court as there were 3 judges sitting today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck View Post
    He has to get special leave to go to high court as there were 3 judges sitting today.
    Yes he will be deported.

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    His social media post I saw quoted indicated heíd cooperate and leave.

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