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Australia A day after leaving quarantine in Sydney, Mark Kilian holds his dying father's hand in Gold Coast hospital

13:33  25 june  2021
13:33  25 june  2021 Source:   abc.net.au

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Mark Kilian and his wife Anneli Gericke had travelled to Sydney from the US to visit Mark 's dying father . After a nervous wait in quarantine , an exemption expedited by the Queensland government has allowed them to be reunited. (Supplied: Mark Kilian . ) Mr Kilian 's father , Frans, has pancreatic cancer. They had been worried he would die before they made it out of quarantine to see him. They landed at Gold Coast Airport on Thursday afternoon and made it inside the hospital on Friday afternoon. Mr Kilian said after the visit "it was great" to have the chance to hold his father ' s hand .

Mark Kilian and his wife, Annelli Gericke have been stuck in isolation in hotel quarantine in Sydney after flying from Los Angeles last week. They are completing their last seven days currently. Despite being granted exemptions by the Department of Home Affairs and NSW Health, Mark had been refused permission by Queensland Health four times to visit his father , 80-year-old Frans on the Gold Coast , who has terminal pancreatic cancer. They are both fully vaccinated and have tested negative for Covid-19 several times. RELATED: Scott Morrison urges Qld to have compassion.

A man who travelled from the United States to see his dying father has finally made it to his bedside in the Gold Coast University Hospital.

The Queensland government granted Mark Kilian and his wife Anneli Gericke an exemption to travel from New South Wales to the Gold Coast.

They were allowed to leave Sydney after having spent more than a week in hotel quarantine.

Mr Kilian's father, Frans, has pancreatic cancer.

They had been worried he would die before they made it out of quarantine to see him.

They landed at Gold Coast Airport on Thursday afternoon and made it inside the hospital on Friday afternoon.

Mr Kilian said after the visit "it was great" to have the chance to hold his father's hand.

Queensland's Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young had said on Thursday the visit had to be "managed very carefully".

Mr Kilian said at the time that while he had hoped to see his father earlier, he was grateful to Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Dr Young "for enabling this to happen".

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