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Tue, May 02, 2023

Djokovic will be able to play at US Open after United States confirms international travellers no longer require the Covid-19 vaccination

Djokovic will be able to play at US Open after United States confirms international travellers no longer require the Covid-19 vaccination

The United States of America have now confirmed international travellers will no longer be required to be vaccinated against Covid-19 meaning Novak Djokovic will be able to compete at the US Open. 

Djokovic missed the 2022 event due to the fact he has not been vaccinated against Covid-19 with Carlos Alcaraz winning the men’s singles event. However, from 12 May the US policy will change “Today, we are announcing that the Administration will end the Covid-19 vaccine requirements for Federal employees, Federal contractors, and international air travellers at the end of the day on May 11, the same day that the Covid-19 public health emergency ends.”

Djokovic also missed the 2022 Australian Open after being deported due to his vaccination status but won the competition this year after he was allowed to compete. 

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