While the sports world went into a frenzy over the Novak Djokovic Saga, Australia started its COVID-19 inoculation campaign for 5-11-year-olds.
The COVID-19 jab campaign extended to the young age demographic on January 10, 2022, during the height of the superstar’s ordeal with the Australian regime.
Delaying the start of school is a common sense measure which is particularly important for 5 to 11-year-olds who will be eligible to be vaccinated from tomorrow (10 January).
— Annastacia Palaszczuk (@AnnastaciaMP) January 9, 2022
As stated on health.gov.au:
On 5 December 2021, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) provisionally approved the Comirnaty (Pfizer) vaccine for use among 5 to 11-year-old children in Australia.
The TGA’s provisional approval was based on a careful evaluation of available data to support its safety and efficacy among this age group.
Research shows that the Pfizer vaccine is up to 91 per cent effective in children. Parents, carers and guardians can be reassured that by vaccinating their children against COVID-19 they have done everything possible to keep their child safe from this virus.
Children will receive 2 dose of the vaccine, 8 weeks apart. The children’s dose one third of the dose for people aged 12 years and over.
But international eyes were fixated if Djokovic won his appeal to play in the Australian Open.
Ultimately, the Australian regime shunned the world’s #1 tennis player after a court upheld the cancellation of his visa.
Absolutely disgraceful conduct by Immigration Minister Alex Hawke
Petty & vindictive
Nasty & despicable
Taking days to make decision
Running down clock to make 2nd legal challenge difficult
Playing politics to score cheap political points
— Craig Kelly MP (@CraigKellyMP) January 14, 2022
The 2022 edition of the Australian Open kicked off on Monday, and a shocking event unfolded on the first day of action.
A ballgirl collapsed on the court during a contest between Spain’s Pedro Martinez and Argentina’s Federico Delbonis.
After the young girl fainted, the athletes raced to her aid on Court 17 at Melbourne Park.
Watch the footage below:
Pedro Martinez & Federico Delbonis have rushed to the aid of a ball kid who collapsed at the Australian Open. pic.twitter.com/ED8ti6QoYq
— The Juggernaut (@TheJuggernaut88) January 17, 2022
The COVID World noted:
Delbonis had been serving in an opening-set tiebreaker when the girl collapsed. Martinez immediately rushed from the far side of the court to the aid of the young girl, with both players staying with her until help arrived.
The girl was then checked by tournament medical staff and a dedicated ballkid nurse before being taken by her parents.
The Australian Open is probably delighted to be getting some different sort of attention in its first round after a massive international controversy sparked by top-rated Novak Djokovic, who was denied an Australian visa due to not having received the COVID-19 vaccine.
According to ausopen.com:
In line with the latest Government guidelines, all patrons aged 12 years 2 months or older must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have a valid medical exception. On arrival, patrons will be asked to check in using the Service Victoria app and show AO staff their COVID-19 digital vaccination certificate.
To make things as easy as possible for you and our staff, we ask that you please link your COVID-19 digital certificate to the Service Victoria app well before your visit. Full requirements regarding acceptable evidence that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by a COVID Vaccine or that you have a valid medical exception are detailed in our AO22 Ticket Conditions of Sale and Entry.
As stated on ballkids.tennis.com.au, ballkids at the Australian Open are aged between 12 and 15 years.
The ballgirl would have been required to receive the COVID-19 jab unless she had a medical exemption.
Although the treatment of Djokovic was abysmal, the child abuse committed by the Australian government should be the focal subject of the international community.