Unvaccinated Djokovic case generated a general dispute in the society

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World No. 1 tennis player Djokovic arrived in his native Serbia on Monday after being deported from Australia on Sunday because he is not vaccinated against COVID-19. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison suggests could return to Australian Open next year ‘in the right circumstances’. He was banned to participate to the Australian Open but now there are doubts over whether Djokovic would be allowed to play at Roland Garros, in France. France’s vaccine pass law, approved by parliament on Sunday, will require people to have a certificate of vaccination to enter public places such as sports venues, restaurants, cafes, cinemas and long-distance trains. So, practically is the same thing again. “This will apply to everyone who is a spectator or a professional sportsperson. And this until further notice,” the Sports Ministry said Monday.

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Roland Gaross is in May. This case, along a lot of others situations, generated a general debate in the world about the ’s rights, the respect of their dignity and even about the future of the world in such dramatic circumstances. It seems only a good evolution of the pandemic could reinstate mutual human respect in the society.