“I don’t think another tennis player, golfer or Formula 1 driver will even get a visa” – Australia will not have a visa policy towards unvaccinated F1 drivers in 2022

Australia will have no tolerance and visa policy towards unvaccinated F1 drivers entering the country before the 2022 Australian Grand Prix.

Australia is among the more cautious states when it comes to dealing with the pandemic. The Land Down Under has canceled two successive Grand Prix races due to COVID-19 issues.

And they are likely to maintain such stringency until the 2022 season. Australian authorities have made it clear that no visas will be issued to unvaccinated F1 drivers.

“I don’t think an unvaccinated tennis player will get a visa to enter this country,” Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews said. “And if they got a visa, they should probably be quarantined for a few weeks.

“I don’t think any other tennis player, golfer or Formula 1 driver will even get a visa to come here. If I’m wrong, I’m sure the federal government will let you know.

“You need to be vaccinated to ensure your safety and that of others,” he added. No driver has openly publicly displayed an anti-vaccination stance like Novak Djokovic, who may have to drop out of the Australian Open if he maintains his stance.

Although Medical Car driver Alan van der Merwe has openly stated his hesitation about vaccines and is likely to maintain it. Therefore, he would likely be available for the Australian GP, ​​which is scheduled to take place in April.

No problem for the FIA

Recently, even Turkey banned F1 people from entering the country without vaccination, and van der Merwe was kept out of the event. Therefore, the FIA ​​should also maintain its position in Australia.

“From what we understand, there are a few countries that you are unlikely to be allowed to enter unless you are vaccinated. From this point of view.

“The FIA ​​obviously has to meet the requirements of each country we visit, which includes all teams and everyone.”

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