WITHOUT MASK Djokovik pictured kissing children the day after his positive Covid result
Several images have emerged of an unmasked Novak Djokovic hugging children the day after he allegedly tested positive for Covid.
Several images have emerged of an unmasked Novak Djokovic hugging children the day after his so-called positive test for Covid on December 16, raising questions about the authenticity of the test.
The footage was taken in his native Serbia when the tennis player was participating in an indoor discussion for his charitable foundations. He shared images on Instagram of him receiving a stamp in his honor the day after testing positive for the virus.
Another damning image believed to have been taken on December 17 shows the world number 1 attending a public relations event where he is seen hugging children during an awards ceremony at the event of the Belgrade Tennis Association.
It is not known if he was aware of the positive test at the time.
Djokovic’s lawyers have since claimed the Australian government granted him a written exemption because he had the virus on December 16, the same day he was pictured with dozens of people not wearing masks.
It has also been alleged that the tennis stars’ PCR positive on December 16 was too late to register for Tennis Australia’s deadline which expired on December 10.
Earlier today, on January 8, Czech tennis star Renata Voracova, 38, had her visa withdrawn by border forces and deported.
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