Podcast SeV S03E35: Australia and the separation between vaccination and antivaxxers – 10/28/2021

Podcast SeV S03E35: Australia and the separation between vaccination and antivaxxers - 10/28/2021

The On Air Saque e Voleio podcast for supporters of the blog, today is talking about the Australian Open and the vaccination-related requirements that will likely apply at the first Slam of 2022.

In the first part of the episode, I remember an email sent by the WTA earlier this week informing their tennis players about the vaccination rules in force in Melbourne. Then, I analyze the difference between vaccinated and non-vaccinated scenarios and talk about its most likely consequences in the field of sport – including those intending to compete in qualifying, which will take place this year. Will also be in Melbourne.

I also comment on how upsetting the separation between vaccinated and non-vaccinated is to this other group and I explain why the class is silent because they don’t want to talk about the option of not getting vaccinated.

Finally, I remember Victoria Azarenka’s complaint to the journalist who published screenshots of emails sent by the WTA and I explain why the former No. 1 complaints in the world were not justified at the time.

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