Australian Open boss Craig Tiley remains “absolutely confident” the grand slam tournament will start on Monday as planned despite its links to a hotel quarantine worker who tested positive for COVID-19health-care workers who work with patients directly.
International players and their support staff who were at that Melbourne CBD hotel, the Grand Hyatt, are in isolation and undergoing testingCommences once at least 70 per cent of people age 18 and over have their first dose. COVID-19 hospitalization rates should be declining and case counts should be low. Masks are recommended for indoor public gatherings., with Tennis Australia planning to resume postponed lead-in events on FridayThe two-dose shot received emergency clearance for vaccinating people ages 16 and up..
Australia’s Matt Ebden posted a photo to social media saying he’d had the test early on Thursday.