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Novak Djokovic could play Roland Garros after having passed the coronavirus

Novak Djokovic will be able to play Roland Garros if a new rule is confirmed by which foreigners will not be forced to enter France with the complete vaccination schedule, to access shows. The Gallic country seems to have backed down after the announcement by the minister Roxana Maracineanu to prohibit the access of unvaccinated with another passport.

Roland Garros kicks off on May 22 in Paris and it looked like Djokovic might miss out due to France’s regulations due to the pandemic. However, the particular case of the Serb, who would have passed the coronavirus last December, allows him, although fair, to enter the exception – having suffered the virus six months ago – that gives him the opportunity to defend his title in the Philippe Chattier.

According to La Gazzetta, Roland Garros may allow the participation of tennis players not vaccinated due to the change in the rule in France , as long as they have passed the coronavirus six months ago or less. Djokovic accredited a positive test that would activate him to fight for his third Musketeers Cup, but currently, the current and official decision of the Government of France is that the unvaccinated, without exception, cannot enter the spaces subject to the health passport, such as stadiums, theaters or halls.

“Since the law is enacted, it will be mandatory to enter spaces already subject to the health passport (stadiums, theaters or halls) for all spectators, practitioners, professionals, French or foreign,” Roxana said then. Maracineanu on vaccination.

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