Cibulkova angers people for skipping line to get COVID-19 vaccine

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Retired tennis star Dominika Cibulkova and her husband Miso Navara have already taken COVID-19 vaccines, but a controversial situation happened as they jumped the line to be among the first people to get their dose in their home country of Slovakia.

Dominika Cibulkova

Healthcare professionals and other frontline workers are top priority for vaccination in Slovakia, but Cibulkova managed to squeeze in the early vaccination phase and has been criticized for using her fame to circumvent the rules to be among the first to get a vaccine despite being low priority.

The former WTA world No.4 has since issued a statement, saying that it was a misunderstanding, that she didn’t know she was taking the spot of doctors and nurses.

In the second half of her statement, the 31-year-old Cibulkova changes the topic to the importance of vaccination, viewing her misbehavior from a positive side, as she at least helped promote vaccination. She hopes that this unfortunate event will convince people that COVID-19 vaccines are the way to go and she said that she is willing to get involved in a campaign to promote vaccination. (source: Tennis Up To Date)


3 COMMENTS

  1. Lot of slovaks say that she’s an arrogant person and thinks that she’s above everyone and tbh I think they’re right she likes showing off a lot and her attitude on court was bad too

  2. Well she could campaign for vaccination without queue jumping and grabbing vaccine meant for frontline heath workers. I must say from what I hear of her I can’t stand her. Trashy, tasteless and she never was a very interesting player.

  3. Gosh she is probably has the worst attitude on and off court! One of the most sore loser player I’ve ever seen. Im glad she is being criticized by her own people. Cancel her already!

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