There were media reports in Australia on the 16th that all game-related activities of the 2021 Australian Open will be held in Victoria, but Victoria Governor Andrews said that these reports are only speculations and the relevant arrangements have not yet been determined.
According to the requirements of the Australian health department, in order to ensure the safety of athletes and other staff, athletes arriving in Australia need to be tested for Coronavirus in advance, and they are required to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine upon arrival.
The head of the Australian Open said that in order to ensure the safety of athletes, it is recommended that all games be held in the same city, and that all athletes fly directly to Victoria and be quarantined in the state to avoid increasing the risk of infection. He believes that Victoria is currently safe. . But this proposal has not been confirmed by Governor Andrews.
On the 16th, according to the latest statistics released by the Department of Health of the State of Victoria, Australia, after being hit hard by the second wave of COVID-19, the state has had no new confirmed cases and deaths of COVID-19 for 17 consecutive days. Obviously, the state government is still very cautious about future arrangements.