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Visa, Tennis and Covid restrictions: 50 funny Novak Djokovic memes and jokes to highlight the current limbo with the emigration office during Australia Open 2022

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Novak Djokovic is awaiting a decision on his expulsion from Australia until Monday. The stake in the Australian Open, which starts on January 17, is being questioned after the Australian government blocked its entry into the country.

 

Djokovic announced on Tuesday that he was leaving for Australia after receiving a waiver from the mandatory Covid vaccination imposed at the Australian Open. The derogations are granted by a group of independent experts, but the Australian government has intervened and blocked its entry into the country.

 

The case sparked an international debate for and against, with millions of comments on social media platforms, refueling anti-vaccine conspiracies and the dissatisfaction of those accused of stigmatizing non-vaccinated people. It even fueled Serbian nationalism - from the athlete's father to the Serbian president, Australia's decision was associated with an "attack" on the whole country.

 

Australia is talking about compliance and a court will decide whether or not the world number one ATP has tried to circumvent them.

 

In Belgrade, supporters of the Serbian-born athlete protested in front of parliament. President Aleksandar Vučić said that "all of Serbia is with him and the authorities will take all necessary measures to stop the ill-treatment of the best player in the world immediately."

 

All sports competitions have been affected by the last two years of the pandemic, and vaccination already seems the most natural gesture an athlete can make, especially if the type of sport they practice requires international travel, says WTA tournament director for Free Europe Transylvania Open, Patrick Ciorcilă.

 

Bemorepanda prepared some funny memes.

 

1.Canceled visa

 

2.How tennis works

 

3.Cheers

 

4.Two doses

 

About 85% of the list of the top 100 players in the world are vaccinated, the organizers had to cancel at the last moment the participation of the public because the authorities forbade its presence. .

 

Not even the access of the vaccinated public was allowed, and the athletes accepted all the restrictions with "solidarity" towards the organizers, says Patrick Ciorcilă. The tournament was won by Anett Kontaveit, world number 7, who defeated Simona Halep in the final.

 

For athletes, vaccination has not been mandatory at the tournament in Cluj-Napoca since the end of October and is still not a condition to participate in WTA tournaments. However, access to a country depends on the national authorities: "Holders of certain types of visa may enter Australia, provided that the conditions for the full vaccination scheme are met".

 

It remains to be seen whether the medical records that would exempt Djokovic from the mandatory vaccination are sufficient for the Australian government, as they were for the tour organizers.

 

Novak Djokovic is a staunch anti-vaccinist. He considers that he should have been admitted to the Australian Open only on the basis of proof that he had passed through the disease. Caricature by Jup, the caricaturist of Free Europe.

 

5.Believe in covid vaccine

 

6.Novax Deportovik

 

7.Incredible funny

 

8.Vaccine 

 

9.He’s rich

 

10.Let Novak in

 

And after the eventual entry into the country where the event takes place, there are consequences for the unvaccinated: “And in our tournament there was a differentiation between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated. Unvaccinated athletes performed PCR tests every 48 hours, while vaccinated athletes were tested on arrival without having to isolate themselves until the result was known. It is not about discrimination, but about the safety of all those who participate ", says Patrick Ciorcilă.

 

As the organizer of the tennis tournament, Patrick Ciorcilă says that Novak Djokovic's attitude put everyone in trouble. The reaction of the public is natural if it seems that someone has a privileged status, he adds.

 

"I would not like to be in the position of tournament director, an ungrateful and difficult one now, nor in the position of Djokovic. As Nadal said - the rules have long been known. In order to be fair to everyone and for everyone to be safe, everyone must follow the same measures. It is his right not to be vaccinated, but if so, maybe it would be better not to participate ".

 

Djokovic's situation is set to be decided on Monday. By Saturday, his lawyers will file new documents in the court examining the case.

 

All over the world, given the nature of sporting events, the issue of vaccinating participants and spectators at sports competitions has been raised.

 

In more and more states, access to a sporting event can only be made by those vaccinated, but in many other countries, decisions are made with difficulty (as in the case of the Green Certificate blocked in the Bucharest Parliament for months) and their observance is a challenge (as in the case of refusing to wear a mask in the same Parliament).

 

11.Novak supporters

 

12.Never need to buy beer

 

13.Suez Canal

 

14.Official review

 

15.Nothing declare

 

It is not ruled out, say many critics, that the Australian government would have turned a blind eye to Djokovic's waiver from the Australian Open if the public had not reacted to what he perceived as an injustice in a country that has gone through many severe quarantine and where 85% of the population is vaccinated. However, the number of cases has increased recently, according to Reuters.

 

Public access for unvaccinated persons is not permitted at the Australian Open. Djokovic's derogation could be justified, there is no court decision yet, but his earlier anti-vaccine statements have harmed him in this context.

 

"Mr Djokivic's visa has been revoked. Rules are rules, especially when it comes to our borders. No one is above the rules. The strict policy of restricting access to the country has been vital to having one of the lowest death rates in the world caused by Covid, "said Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Twitter.

 

"[Djokovic] knew the conditions for participation for a long time. It's his decision, "said Rafael Nadal, who is in Melbourne.

 

He added that he was sorry for the situation, but said that he understood the negative reaction of some Australians to the exemption granted to Djokovic in the conditions in which they went through difficult periods of strict quarantine.

 

"I believe what those who are good at medicine say, and if they say we should get vaccinated, then that's what we should do," Nadal added.

 

16.Melbourne Airport

 

17.Show documentation

 

18.Ballboys

 

19.Aus Open

 

20.Own antivax

 

Novak Djokovic has not made a firm statement about his vaccination against Covid, but in the past he has spoken out against vaccination.

 

The organizers of the sports competitions tried during the pandemic, in addition to taking strict measures to protect athletes and spectators (most often imposed), to find solutions so that the events are not canceled or take place with at least a third of the spectators. .

 

Last year's Olympics in Japan were held amid tensions caused by the risk of the pandemic spreading, with part of the population demanding the cancellation of events, while the executive explained that he did not have the authority to intervene in agreements between the International Olympic Committee and the organizing cities.

 

The Olympics took place without spectators, but there were also cases of infections among athletes or technical and organizational teams.

 

21.The Terminal 2

 

22.Funny news

 

23.Fight

 

24.Determinism

 

25.Great first day

 

26.Above all

 

27.Honey mommy

 

28.Follow the rules

 

29.Minute entry

 

30.An au pair

 

31.His face

 

32.Wild card

 

33.Lied on visa

 

34.Australian Open

 

35.Get vaccinated

 

36.Running toward us

 

37.Antivaxxers

 

38.Provisional visa

 

39.Catch covid

 

40.The Terminal

 

41.Last had covid

 

42.Oh hello

 

43.Just think

 

44.Question

 

45.Out

 

46.Nice letter

 

47.Admit i faked or no

 

48.DjoCovid

 

49.New vaccine

 

50.Lose match

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The COVID-19 vaccine will be a tool of major importance to help control the pandemic, along with effective testing and prevention. With several promising candidates working on vaccine development, others under review, but also Pfizer / BioNTech and Moderna vaccines approved for use, the road to a safe and effective vaccine has entered a new phase.


The threat that COVID-19 poses to children is enormous, extending far beyond the immediate physical effects of the disease. As pandemic restrictions are maintained or repeatedly enforced, children's access to routine health services can be severely affected, and this, along with the emerging recession, is jeopardizing the future of a generation of children. Below are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions parents may have about a potential COVID-19 vaccine.


Each country has regulatory bodies that monitor the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine before it is widely used. At the global level, WHO coordinates a number of independent technical bodies that review the safety of vaccines before and even after their introduction. Vaccines approved for use by the WHO have undergone rigorous testing and clinical trials to demonstrate that they are safe and effective in combating disease. Even if COVID-19 vaccines are developed in record time, they can only receive the necessary regulatory approvals if they meet strict safety and efficacy standards.


Bemorepanda collected some funny memes on this theme.


1.Free vaccine


2.Vaccine buddies


3.You see the virus?


4.Buy it


5.Brazil’s vaccine


6.Inventing


7.Viagra and Pfizer


8.Jamaica Covid vaccine


9.Vaccine manufactures


10.I have a sport car


11.Bullying in 2022


12.Donald Trump


13.A free vaccine


14.Vaccine to stay alive


15.Can do this


16.WTF?


17.America predicting weather


18.Going outside


19.Vaccine be like


20.An example for everyone


21.Anti-vaxxers


22.Hand spreading


23.Priest blessing


24.Hair style


25.Have a tsunami


26.Perfect vaccine


27.Enough vaccine


28.Warming vaccine


29.Vaccine reaction


30.Covid vaccine and gays


31.Stop it Jesus


32.Well handle this


33.The pandemic


34.Providing the vaccine


35.The IQ


36.Dumbf*ck


37.Capitalists in the spot light


38.An opportunity


39.Not natural


40.C minus


41.Holding a tracking device


42.Pfitzer and Viagra


43.Covid vaccine


44.Vaccine


45.Shortage


46.The calculation


47.Stop socialism


48.Portugese president


49.Effective


50.People complain



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The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will stop using this vaccine in federal immunization centers and has urged states to do the same until experts analyze the six cases of blood clots among vaccinated people, one of them - fatal, the authorities quoted by the New York Times announced on Tuesday. Fears about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine seem to be indigo after those related to the AstraZeneca serum, the two products being developed based on a similar technology, but different from the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.


Federal health agencies on Tuesday demanded that Johnson & Johnson's serum vaccination be suspended after six vaccinated people developed blood clots two weeks after the injection, the New York Times reports.


All six people are women between the ages of 18 and 48. One of these women died and a second was hospitalized in critical condition, US officials said. A commission from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) will meet Wednesday to review the situation, and the FDA will also conduct an investigation.


More than 6.8 million doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccine have been administered in the United States so far, but following the recommendation of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), This serum was discontinued after one woman died and another was hospitalized in serious condition due to blood clotting disorders that occurred after vaccination.


During all this time, an enormous fear started on the internet, which certainly goes hand in hand with some memes. Bemorepanda collected it for you.


1.Pfizer and Moderna being the best vaccines


2.Who got the Johnson and Johnson vaccine?


3.You will get through this!


4.Just a flex!


5.Getting the wrong vaccine


6.When you just got the vaccine


7.Who else is feeling bad?


8.So sad


9.Guess it’s true


10.Americans right now


11.Feeling smug


12.WIsh it could be paused


13.Never going for financial recovery


14.Vaccine vibes right now


15.Feeling nervous


16.The reality


17.Who gets the blood clot?


18.Johnson and Johnson side effect


19.A million to one


20.Something is going wrong


21.They won the battle


22.That’s really scary


23.You get one shot


24.The last one


25.They got you





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The company AstraZeneca announced Monday that late-stage trials of its vaccine developed with the University of Oxford against COVID-19 were "highly effective" in preventing the disease, giving public health officials hope that they may soon have access to a vaccine that is easier to distribute than some of its pharmaceutical rivals.

 

The results are based on an interim analysis of trials in the UK and Brazil of the vaccine developed by the University of Oxford and manufactured by AstraZeneca. No hospitalizations or serious cases of COVID-19 were reported among those who received the vaccine.

 

"These findings show that we have an effective vaccine that will save many lives," said Professor Andrew Pollard, the trial's principal investigator. "It's exciting that one of our dosing regimens is around 90% effective," he added.

 

AstraZeneca is the third major pharmaceutical company to report late-stage results of its potential COVID-19 vaccine as the world eagerly awaits vaccines that will end the pandemic that has killed nearly 1.4 million people.

 

Two other drug makers, Pfizer and Moderna, reported preliminary results from the last stage of their testing last week, showing that their COVID-19 vaccines were nearly 95% effective.

 

The internet explodes with memes now, Bemorepanda collected the hottest of them.

 

1.The baby and AstraZeneca

 

2.Google for savings

 

3.More arrows

 

4.Somebody told me

 

5.May be able to help

 

6.Brace yourself

 

7.Able to help

 

8.Strict home quarantine

 

9.Mandatory vaccine

 

10.It may be able to help

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The Australian Open Tennis Championships is one of the four Grand Slam tournaments currently held in the Australian city of Melbourne on the courts of the local sports complex Melbourne Park. The main draws of the competition are traditionally held in a two-week period at the end of January - the beginning of February, revealing the winners in nine categories: in five for adults and four for senior juniors.


The tournament was first held in Melbourne in 1905 and was called The Australasian Championships. 17 athletes took part in it, and 5 thousand spectators attended the final match. In 1927, the tournament was renamed the Australian Championships. In 1969, it became open to professionals and received its current name.


Bemorepanda collected some funny memes about Australia Open 2022.


1.Aus Open


2.Sport Star


3.The party life


4.Stepped in what


Beginning in 1905, the championship was held in six different locations:


Melbourne (54 times)

Sydney (17 times)

Adelaide (14 times)

Brisbane (7 times)

Perth (3 times)

New Zealand (2 times, in 1906 and 1912).


In 1972, the decision was made to hold the tournament in the same city every year. The venue was the grass courts of the Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, a suburb of Melbourne. Over time, the Quyong Club became too small for a much larger tournament. By the beginning of the championship in 1988, the construction of a new tennis complex Melbourne Park (Melbourne Park, former Flinders Park, Flinders Park) was completed, where the tournament was moved that year. The move was a significant success - match attendance immediately increased and the 1988 tournament saw 90% more spectators (266,436) than the previous year's Quy Ong (140,000).


5.The good tennis


6.Nadal


7.Dreamworks


8.Little goat


In addition to problems with Cuyong Stadium (where, among other things, there was a slope that caused players on one side of the main court to literally walk uphill when they reached the net), the popularity of the Australian Open in the late 1970s and early 1980s professionalization of tennis negatively influenced. Leading players at that time were already earning such large sums that they could even afford to miss the Grand Slam tournament due to the fact that a trip to it meant missing the Christmas and New Year holidays. 


Chris Evert missed this tournament six times in a row at the peak of her career, Martina Navratilova four times; Bjorn Borg never competed in the Australian Open after 1974, and Jimmy Connors after 1975. As a result, the winners of the Australian Open were players who could not claim victory at any other Grand Slam tournament: in the women's singles in 1978, Chris O'Neill won, and in 1979 Barbara Jordan, in the men's singles in 1980 Bryan Teacher excelled. With plans to organize a two-week super tournament in Florida, there was a threat that it could force the Melbourne competition out of the Grand Slam tournament list. 


Therefore, in order to make it easier to attract elite players to the Australian Open, after the tournament in January 1977, the decision was made to reschedule the event to late November and early December. Therefore, in 1977 the championship was held for the second time - in December. This month it continued to be arranged in subsequent years. Starting in 1987, the tournament was again postponed to January, so the championship was not held in 1986.


The Melbourne Park Tennis Complex consists of, among others, 3 center courts and 3 demonstration courts.


9.Linesmen


10.Kyrgios


11.One of us is ignoring


The main court of the tournament, the Rod Laver Arena, was named after the legendary Australian tennis player Rod Laver in 2000. The court was built in 1988 and can accommodate 15,000 spectators. More than 1.5 million viewers visit it annually. The court is equipped with a retractable roof, which allows you to play matches in the rain or extreme heat.


The second court of the tournament, Hisense Arena, was built in 2000. The arena is special in that it can be easily transformed for various events. In addition to tennis tournaments, cycling and basketball competitions, as well as various concerts, are held here. The capacity of the stands also varies depending on the configuration - 10,500 spectators for tennis and basketball matches, 10,500 or 8,900 for concerts (depending on the location of the stage), 4,500 spectators in velodrome mode. The arena is also equipped with a retractable roof.


The third center court, the Margaret Court Arena, is named after the most successful Australian tennis player in history, Margaret Court, who, among other victories, won the Grand Slam in 1970, won a total of 62 Grand Slam tournaments ( in singles and doubles championships), which is still a record for both men and women; and was the first racket of the world. The court was formerly known as Show Court One and was renamed on January 12, 2003.


All courts have Plexicushion hardcovers. In the early years after the transition from grass turf to artificial courts, Rebound Ace rubberized surface was used. In cool weather, it bounced right, was neither too fast nor too slow and provided good foot grip, but in hot weather the rubber would melt and the courts would become sticky, resulting in severe injuries to Gabriela Sabatini in the 1990 tournament alone. and Mark Woodford.


12.Matt


13.Yes


14.Who said this?


15.Meanwhile, Feder


16.Official review


17.Border control


18.Ballboys


19.Terminal 2


20.Triangle 


21.Honey mommy


22.Last minute entry


23.A new player


24.He lied on visa


25.Tennis strars


26.Get vaccinated


27.Antivaxxers


28.Profesional visa


29.Both can play tennis


30.Last had covid


31.Question


32.Get a doctor


33.Admit i faked


34.And then you win


35.Zebras


36.Who is open


37.Certain things in life


38.Fashion starter pack


39.Get up at 9 a.m


40.Like this?


41.Tennis fans


42.Hair still perfect


43.What? Who?


44.Grand Slam Title


45.Character


46.If you know what I mean


47.Deportovic


48.My size


49.A new italian player


50.Unseeded?

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