19 year old Olivia Gadecki, a tennis player ranked at #237, is described as a “teenage sensation” and a “protege” of two-time Grand Slam winner Ash Barty, and she is going to miss the Australian Open in January because she is refusing to take the vaccine, and it’s mandatory, no exceptions unless there is an exemption, and if there is an exemption from a doctor they will go over it with a fine tooth comb:
Tennis Australia said the process would involve a three-person medical panel, made up of experts from immunology, infectious diseases and general practice, assessing medical data of an applicant. The identity of the applicant will remain anonymous in the process.
If the person was deemed exempt from vaccination, the Department of Health will then convene a separate independent medical exemption review panel to review the finding.
If the application passes both panels, it will be submitted to the Australian Immunisation Register.
You can’t make this stuff up. Really, the only (permanent) exemption they will accept is: the vaccine will immediately kill the person if they are given it.
It would be interesting to know of course what Olivia Gadecki’s reasons are, and where they are derived, but she is silent on this.
She may ‘cuck’ one day, as it might become impossible to ply her trade at all without the vax. She won her first foreign tournament this year in Turkey, but there aren’t many countries (that hold international tennis tournaments) that are reasonably sane about Covid, like Turkey seems to be.
It would also be interesting to know if she would consider travelling to another country, to take Covaxin (Indian) or Sinovac/Sinopharm (Chinese), which purport to be normal inactivated virus vaccines, largely useless of course, and not sure of what harms they may cause and at what rate. These vaccines are accepted by Australian authorities – they had to accept them of course, or else Chinese and Indian students couldn’t come here and prop up our higher education system.
If you have children, particularly teenaged girls, the existence of people like Olivia Gadecki is a plus, as she can serve as a role model that you can point out. There can be some peer pressure going on out there, as most children aged 12 and up are vaxed, and they can become excited about the whole thing, and will tell their friends about their upcoming second jab appointment, or what it was like getting the jab, or whatever, and girls come pre-installed with software that causes them to want to follow the group, and they want some of that attention action too, so it can be hard, initially, for them if you don’t allow them to get the pointless, noxious thing. So Godspeed Olivia Gadecki.