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Australia Pauline Hanson tears up on Today after revealing her daughter might have coronavirus but can't get tested because Tasmania has run out of testing kits

02:30  30 march  2020
02:30  30 march  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Pauline Hanson tears up on Today after revealing her daughter may have coronavirus but can ' t get tested because Tasmania has run out of testing kits .

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Pauline Hanson, Alisa Weilerstein are posing for a picture: Pauline Hanson (pictured left with her daughter Lee, right) is concerned that her 36-year-old daughter may have contracted coronavirus © Provided by Daily Mail Pauline Hanson (pictured left with her daughter Lee, right) is concerned that her 36-year-old daughter may have contracted coronavirus Pauline Hanson's daughter may have contracted coronavirus but can't be tested because there aren't enough kits available in her home state of Tasmania.

The One Nation leader told the Today Show she felt for the average Australian who had been affected by Prime Minister Scott Morrison's tough new restrictions.

The government imposed limits on social gatherings and closed state borders, meaning Hanson, a Queenslander, is unable to fly to her daughter's side while she is sick.

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Hanson said her 36-year-old daughter, Lee, suffers respiratory problems but doesn't meet the criteria for a COVID-19 test.

a group of people looking at a laptop: Scott Morrison has put a ban on all non-essential travel and states have closed their borders to slow the spread of the virus. Pictured: A passenger arriving back in Australia on Sunday © Provided by Daily Mail Scott Morrison has put a ban on all non-essential travel and states have closed their borders to slow the spread of the virus. Pictured: A passenger arriving back in Australia on Sunday

'They can't test whether its pneumonia or COVID-19 because there is no test kits,' Hanson told the morning show.

'I'm very concerned for her. If it is pneumonia they can't put her into the ICU because she might get infected with COVID-19.'

Australia is working with suppliers to access more test kits and recently broadened the testing criteria due to increased community transmission.

Hanson said she knows 'doctors are frustrated' about the current circumstances, but is hoping new kits arrive soon so that her daughter can get some answers.

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'She's struggling to breathe,' Hanson said. 'They've actually put her on steroids...Its pretty tough.'

Pauline Hanson et al. posing for the camera: Hanson said she feels for all Australians affected by the new restrictions because she is unable to visit her daughter (pictured back right) in Tasmania © Provided by Daily Mail Hanson said she feels for all Australians affected by the new restrictions because she is unable to visit her daughter (pictured back right) in Tasmania Pauline Hanson standing in front of a window: Hanson told the Today Show she hopes the tough new measures will be effective in slowing the spread of the virus © Provided by Daily Mail Hanson told the Today Show she hopes the tough new measures will be effective in slowing the spread of the virus 'I can't get to Tasmania - so I understand what people are going through. Those people who have lost loved ones, I understand.'

Hanson said under any other circumstances, she'd like to fly down to Tasmania to help care for her daughter's two children and 'just try to help.'

But tough new border restrictions were imposed to slow the spread of the deadly respiratory virus, and anybody entering Tasmania would be forced to self isolate for 14 days on arrival.

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'This is tough on a lot of people,' Hanson said of the restrictions. 'Closing the border, for parents like myself who need to be there to help their kids, it's really tough on a lot of people.'

Despite her own problems Ms Hanson conceded that the measures have been enforced to ensure Australia eliminates coronavirus as quickly as possible.

On Sunday, Mr Morrison said the tough restrictions and greater cooperation in terms of self-isolation and social distancing was delivering dividends.

a person looking at the camera: Scott Morrison has put a ban on all non-essential travel and states have closed their borders to slow the spread of the virus. Pictured: A passenger at Sydney international airport on Sunday © Provided by Daily Mail Scott Morrison has put a ban on all non-essential travel and states have closed their borders to slow the spread of the virus. Pictured: A passenger at Sydney international airport on Sunday a black sign with white text: There are currently 4,167 diagnosed cases of COVID-19 in Australia, including 16 deaths © Provided by Daily Mail There are currently 4,167 diagnosed cases of COVID-19 in Australia, including 16 deaths They are still strong rates of increase, there's no doubt about that,' the Prime Minister said.

'But as we take the measures that we have been taking and put them in place and we have the co-operation from the Australian people, then that obviously in turn that has an impact on how we are managing the spread of the virus.'

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Mr Morrison also said just a third as many Australians were catching coronavirus as a week ago with the borders, pubs, and restaurants shut.

He said the rate of virus infections was 25 to 30 percent a day, but slowed to about 13-15 percent in the past few days.

There are currently 4,167 diagnosed cases of COVID-19 in Australia, including 16 deaths.

Globally, there have been 663,740 reported infections.

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