Govt reframes Djokovic Case, page-2

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    It's absurd that somebody who has optimal health is a threat to the health of the public," Dr Igor Cetojevic, told AFP.

    "How can a super healthy guy be a threat for the Australian Open," the 60-year-old doctor said, laughing out loud.

    "It's all politics, it starts with politics, not anything else," said Cetojevic, who describes himself as a qualified medical doctor who uses energetical medicine, Chinese medicine and a holistic approach to healing.

    The doctor claimed Djokovic had every right to be hesitant about getting the vaccine and that his performance would "definitely" be harmed if he was to be vaccinated.

    "These so-called vaccines are, in fact, experimental products that have not been clinically proven.

    "I'm seeing patients these days, ordinary people who followed the recommendation to be injected, who are now facing major health issues.

    "The whole idea is to provoke the body's immune system, but... we are all different. Some people have different reactions.

    "If you have the best car for Formula One and you put the wrong petrol inside, what will happen?" the doctor added.

    "He respects himself, he is aware and a smart person and he learns from his mistakes and he also from good choices. Luckily, meeting me 10 years ago, his life changed."

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