Doctor defends Novak Djokovic's vaccine stance



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Doctor defends Novak Djokovic's vaccine stance

Doctor Ivan Cetojevic laughed when heard Australia decided to cancel Novak Djokovic's visa out of fear he's a threat to the public health. On Friday, Immigration Minister Alex Hawke exercised his power to cancel the visa of Djokovic.

Cetojevic, a Bosnian-born Serb who lives in Cyprus, helped Djokovic implent a strict diet. "It's absurd that somebody who has optimal health is a threat to the health of the public," Dr Cetojevic, told AFP.

"How can a super healthy guy be a threat for the Australian Open. "It's all politics, it starts with politics, not anything else,"

Cetojevic defends Djokovic's vaccine stance

"These so-called vaccines are, in fact, experimental products that have not been clinically proven," Cetojevic claimed.

"I'm seeing patients these days, ordinary people who followed the recommendation to be injected, who are now facing major health issues. "The whole idea is to provoke the body's immune system, but... we are all different.

Some people have different reactions. "If you have the best car for Formula One and you put the wrong petrol inside, what will happen? "He respects himself, he is aware and a smart person and he learns from his mistakes and he also from good choices.

Luckily, meeting me 10 years ago, his life changed." After a few days of deliberating, Hawke announced his decision to revoke Djokovic's visa. “Today I exercised my power under section 133C(3) of the Migration Act to cancel the visa held by Mr Novak Djokovic on health and good order grounds, on the basis that it was in the public interest to do so," Hawke said in a statement on Friday.

"This decision followed orders by the Federal Circuit and Family Court on 10 January 2022, quashing a prior cancellation decision on procedural fairness grounds. "In making this decision, I carefully considered information provided to me by the Department of Home Affairs, the Australian Border For.

and Mr Djokovic. "The Morrison Government is firmly committed to protecting Australia's borders, particularly in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic."