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The authorities have seized justice in order to request the baby's custody. The latter's health is deteriorating day by day.
The authorities have seized justice in order to ask for the baby's custody. The latter's health is deteriorating day by day.
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Parents opposed an surgical operation intended to save the lives of their four -month -old baby. Indeed, they require that the blood pockets used come from. A decision that quickly led to a legal battle in New Zealand . This Tuesday, December 6, the New Zealand authorities asked the justice to entrust them with the baby's custody, AFP reported.
The latter claimed to have seized justice "taking into account the best interest of the child" and after "long conversations" with the family. The parents' request has, in fact, been rejected. The Hospitals in New Zealand do not distinguish the blood given by people vaccinated from that of non -vacinated. The establishments have, moreover, alleged that none of the two categories presents more risk than the other.
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The authorities have seized justice to request custody of the infant
The High Court of Auckland , the main city of New Zealand, was seized. The four -month -old infant, whose identity is kept secret by order of the courtyard, suffers, according to the words of his mother, from pulmonary valvular stenosis. This heart problem thus required emergency surgery. Nevertheless, the more the transfusion is delayed and the more the child's health risks deteriorating quickly.
The High Court of Auckland then met this Monday, December 5. During the hearing, and faced with the urgency of the situation, the New Zealand authorities asked the magistrates to entrust them with the infant's custody. If the court gives the right to their request, the parents will keep their authority over the child except for the medical care . Given the current health of the child, justice should make their judgment in a few days.
Baby's health is deteriorating day by day
approximately 150 anti-vaccination demonstrators gathered in the Auckland court on Tuesday, December 6. They wanted to express their support to parents. In France, it is also possible to give its blood after an injection of vaccine against the COVID-19, without any adjournment period to be respected. However, people who have carried out a positive test are excluded.
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