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Australia Third exemption plea for man refused chance to visit dying mum denied

13:03  20 january  2021
13:03  20 january  2021 Source:   9news.com.au

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A terminally ill mother in Queensland has been denied the chance to see her youngest son, as he begins his first night in a two-week Despite a letter from a doctor detailing Anneli's declining condition, Marko said Queensland Health had rejected two exemptions that would have allowed him to see his

Dying mum 's plea for life-prolonging treatment to see her through coronavirus crisis. She told Yahoo News UK: “This fundraising will hopefully afford me the option and chance to find alternative treatments and other private routes But then people go to parties or thoughtlessly visit friends. “It’s just selfish.

A man's third exemption application to allow him to leave COVID-19 quarantine to say goodbye to his dying mum has been shot down by Queensland Health.

Anneli Marttila is on her deathbed at the family's Redcliffe home, given just days to live.

Her youngest son Marko will be in quarantine on the Gold Coast for another week, however, after arriving from the US recently.

a person sitting on a chair in a room: A family is losing hope of a final reunion after a man was denied permission to leave coronavirus quarantine to visit his dying mother. © 9News A family is losing hope of a final reunion after a man was denied permission to leave coronavirus quarantine to visit his dying mother.

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The family has said they are willing to comply with any additional conditions needed for Marko to visit.

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A woman who has repeatedly been denied entry to NSW to see her terminally ill mum is fighting for an exemption that allows her into the state. NSW Health says on its website border exemptions can be granted on compassionate grounds for the provision of “within days of death” support, or to attend a

However, Queensland Health told Marko there were "a number of relevant considerations" for the Chief Health Officer to balance in granting exemptions.

A small group rallied outside Marko's hotel last night, calling for him to be given permission to see his mum.

a close up of a man: Anneli Marttila has been given just days to live. © 9News Anneli Marttila has been given just days to live.

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"We've got a man here being refused compassionate leave when really I can not think of a more compelling reason to let someone out of hotel quarantine," protester Millie Fontana said.

9News contacted Queensland Health asking what would qualify somebody for an exemption, if Marko's case was not considered sufficient.

"We understand the health directions in place are strict, but they are designed to protect Queenslanders from COVID-19," the department responded.

Migrants are key to our COVID recovery, yet 50,000 have been denied entry .
Australia’s bungled visa exemptions have split up couples and had migrants turn away, jeopardising our post-pandemic economic recovery.The lack of arrivals since the pandemic began has affected our workforce, our GDP, our universities and our population growth. This financial year there’ll be a net loss of 72,000 migrants, compared with a net gain of 154,000 in 2019-20. Population growth is expected to drop to 0.2%, down from 1.5% in 2018-19.

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