Young People Should Have a Say on COVID-19 Policy

A teacher checks the temperature of a student at Maestro Padilla school, in Madrid, Spain, Sept. 7, 2021 (AP photo by Manu Fernandez).
A teacher checks the temperature of a student at Maestro Padilla school, in Madrid, Spain, Sept. 7, 2021 (AP photo by Manu Fernandez).
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With the world hitting a record number of new COVID-19 cases in a single week in December, it is unsurprising that the coronavirus pandemic is once again dominating headlines. But one story in particular seems to have captured attention: that of Novak Djokovic, the top-ranked tennis player, whose visa was cancelled last week when he arrived in Melbourne to compete in the Australian Open.  Djokovic was initially granted a medical exemption to enter Australia without proof of vaccination against COVID-19, which is normally required to obtain a visa. The Serbian tennis player now appears to have won an appeal against his […]

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