How the ‘Djokovic Affair’ Came Back to Bite Australia’s Prime Minister

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How The ‘Djokovic Affair’ Came Back To Bite Australia’s Prime Minister

The New York Times – by Damien Cave

SYDNEY, Australia — Novak Djokovic received the bad news on Thursday at 7:42 a.m. His entry visa into Australia was canceled and he was being detained, despite his arrival with a medical exemption from the country’s vaccine mandate for international visitors.

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