Novak Djokovic trains at Melbourne Park on January 12. Djokovic’s place in the Australian Open is still uncertain as immigration authorities continue to consider whether to revoke his visa. Photo: EPA-EFE
Novak Djokovic trains at Melbourne Park on January 12. Djokovic’s place in the Australian Open is still uncertain as immigration authorities continue to consider whether to revoke his visa. Photo: EPA-EFE

Letters | Novak Djokovic’s vaccine stance is disappointing and self-defeating

  • Readers discuss the tussle between tennis star Novak Djokovic and the Australian government, the questionable logic behind Hong Kong’s social distancing rules, the fate of art events in the city, and the difference between legality and morality

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Novak Djokovic trains at Melbourne Park on January 12. Djokovic’s place in the Australian Open is still uncertain as immigration authorities continue to consider whether to revoke his visa. Photo: EPA-EFE
Novak Djokovic trains at Melbourne Park on January 12. Djokovic’s place in the Australian Open is still uncertain as immigration authorities continue to consider whether to revoke his visa. Photo: EPA-EFE
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