Zoran JekovicThe Minister of Regional Health in Belgrade stated that the positive result of the PCR test carried out by Novak Djokovic On December 16 he was “sent out in the last hours of the day”, that is, on the eve of the Serb’s participation in an event with children at his training center.
“The document with the positive result was sent to the patient’s address in the last hours of the day”Gojkovic explained to reporters after a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers of the crisis against COVID-19. About what he did next [do envio]I can not comment. It’s a case of him and other government officials.“
While there is no weight on what will be decided on Sunday (the reasons for the visa cancellation vary), the information calls into question the clarification Djokovic gave last week: “the next day [17 de dezembro] I attended a Children’s Awards Ceremony, had a rapid antigen test before the event and the result was negative. I was asymptomatic and feeling well and had not received a positive PCR test result before the end of the event.”.
In the same explanation, Belgrade’s regional health minister was sympathetic to the fact that Djokovic wanted to stand up for what he believed in, but lamented that his compatriot had not been vaccinated: “As a doctor and as someone who believes in the benefits of vaccination, I do not agree with his position. I have been vaccinated, as is everyone else in my office, and the government’s message is that all citizens must be vaccinated. Some accept it and some do not. We live in a free world. But to be Honestly, I’m sorry Novak was not vaccinated, because I would have encouraged others to do the same.”
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