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Novak Djokovic is allowed to enter Australia after receiving Covid vaccine last month, according to the tennis star’s lawyers. Novak Djokovic, a tennis star, was granted a vaccine exemption to enter Australia after testing positive for Covid, according to his lawyers. According to court documents, the anti-vax World No 1 contracted the virus and tested positive on December 16. He was detained for nine hours in Melbourne airport after arriving for the Australian Open, and has been forced to isolate in a hotel since. After receiving a vaccine exemption to compete in the tournament, Serbian Djokovic, 34, sparked a major…

As the mild Omicron strain is discovered to be much less severe, Covid could be like a common cold by SPRING, according to experts. CORONAVIRUS could become as common as a cold in a matter of months, according to experts, as cases begin to decline. Dr. Mike Tildesley claims that the world will soon be able to function normally again and that new variants of the killer virus will no longer be a threat. The University of Warwick expert also feeds data into SAGE and has questioned the need for curbs in the past. Despite the UK reporting nearly 180,000…

As countries tighten rules to combat the Omicron wave, cops clash with anti-vaccine passport protesters across Europe. As countries tighten their measures to combat Omicron, COPS have clashed with anti-vaccine passport protesters across Europe. Angry demonstrations against the measures erupted in France, Italy, Austria, and Germany, with some turning violent. In response to President Emmanuel Macron’s promise to “p*** off” the unvaccinated, demonstrators took to the streets of Paris. Protesters in France’s capital retaliated by adopting his slangy language, chanting “We’ll p*** you off.” Others held signs that read “No to the Vaccine Pass,” referring to Macron’s push to require…

According to Boris Johnson, we WILL get through the Omicron wave, and curbs may soon be phased out. “We will get through this wave,” BORIS Johnson declared as statistics revealed a triple whammy of Covid good news. The UK Covid cases fell for the second day in a row, indicating that the Omicron storm is subsiding. The number of people admitted to hospitals in London — Omicron’s epicenter — has also decreased. For the second day in a row, the number of people infected with the virus and requiring ventilation in England’s hospitals fell. Inside Downing Street, hopes are growing…

Nicole Scherzinger is ‘extremely disappointed’ to learn that the Pussycat Dolls’ tour has been canceled. Nicole Scherzinger, a PUSSYCAT Doll, has expressed her “extreme sadness” over the band’s tour being canceled due to Covid. The 43-year-old I Hate This Part singer revealed that she had invested a “huge amount” of her own money into the much-anticipated reunion shows in order to get them off the ground. Nicole wrote on her Instagram Stories in a text statement with the band’s logo, “Thank you to everyone who had tickets to see PCD – we are so appreciative of your support and loyalty!”…

The three ways you’re performing your lateral flow tests incorrectly By now, BRITS should be very familiar with lateral flow tests; we’ve been sticking swabs up our noses for months to see if we’re Covid clear. Lateral flows are unpleasant but generally painless, and they provide peace of mind for you and your loved ones. The best way to beat Omicron is to monitor your health with tests and get boosted, as a slew of highly positive studies show the strain is milder than others. However, some people are still using lateral flows incorrectly, which could result in inaccurate results.…

‘A disgruntled Whitehall insider is leaking photos from No10 in an attempt to harm the government,’ according to a source. The Deputy Prime Minister warned yesterday that a disgruntled Whitehall insider is leaking embarrassing photos of so-called Downing Street parties in order to harm the government. After a photo of Boris Johnson, his wife Carrie, and a dozen aides drinking wine in the No10 garden during lockdown last year, Dominic Raab made the claim. As the photograph was taken from the Treasury’s state room, suspicion fell on a mole in Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s team. His team, however, denied any involvement,…