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Novak Djokovic's no-vax saga continues to evolve, and this time he’s admitting to breaking isolation shortly after testing positive for COVID-19.

The pro tennis player told an Australian court that he tested positive for COVID on December 16, according to the New York Times. He claims he found out about the result late the next day, and that he went to an interview and photoshoot with L'Equipe on December 18 despite knowing he was COVID positive.

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A U.S. woman is getting some major praise for self-isolating in the washroom of an aircraft, after finding out mid-flight that she had COVID.

After Marisa Fotieo's throat started hurting while on a flight from Chicago to Reykjavik on December 20, she decided to give herself a rapid test mid-flight and got a not-so-positive bit of news: she tested positive for COVID-19.

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All Canadian travellers who are planning trips out of the country are being told about what they need to do before they return to Canada and what to prepare for once they're back.

During an update on the COVID-19 situation on December 10, Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos had a reminder for Canadians and even all people who are travelling that they could be in for delays at airports and should get ready for follow-ups about their COVID-19 tests after arriving.

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A federal government official has reminded travellers that using ArriveCAN is "mandatory" when entering Canada whether they're Canadian citizens or foreign nationals and regardless of how long their trip is.

During a COVID-19 update on December 3, Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos spoke about Canada's new travel restrictions that have been put into place because of the Omicron variant and warned that not using ArriveCAN can still lead to serious consequences.

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Unvaxxed NBA players who break quarantine rules in Toronto could now face prison time due to Canada's COVID-19 restrictions.

Shams Charania of The Athletic tweeted on Wednesday that unvaccinated players caught breaching their mandated quarantine in Toronto will face criminal charges.

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