She Was Vaxxed, But What They Did To Her Cancer Stricken CHILD Is Sicekning!


This is heartbreaking, she complied all necessary requirements, get Vaxxed, and even tested negative, but why on earth she’s got denied to visit her daughter who is battling advanced breast cancer?

These people are ruthless…

A fully-vaccinated Australian mother living in Sydney has been denied permission to visit her daughter who is battling advanced breast cancer while raising two small children in Melbourne with her husband.

Katarina Anderson, 62, applied for a compassionate exemption to travel to Melbourne more than three weeks ago.

Her daughter Georgie, 33, has been diagnosed with an advanced form of breast cancer. She began chemotherapy on July 29.

Ms. Anderson is fully vaccinated with AstraZeneca and willing to pay for her own two-week hotel quarantine. She’s even tested negative to COVID-19 four times since July 19.

“I applied for a travel exemption permit as I believe I am the only solution to help my daughter and her family cope through this devastating set of circumstances,” She wrote.

Unfortunately, Ms. Anderson’s request was denied on Friday.

She told Sky News Australia, “I was devastated.”

“It’s the most frustrating thing. Having your daughter and the kids in that situation and I’m wanting to be emotionally, physically helpful and I’m sitting here waiting.”

Georgie’s husband Kael Hudson, 33, says his wife needs her mother at this time.

“She had a bit of a breakdown on Friday night, when she got the news that her mum couldn’t come down, she had been really holding onto that… having that denied is hard to get your head around.”

“Her hair will start falling out soon, with the second treatment, we need to manage that shock factor to the children but also for her that’s a real sort of loss of identity she needs to go through and not having her mother or see any friends or people outside of our household because of lockdown is really tough.”

He said, “We are in survival mode, It’s very difficult, it’s completely new ground for us.”

On Georgie’s second day of treatment, she was taken to the emergency department because she was having heart pains. She then she stayed at hospital until 3 in the morning.

The family relocated to Melbourne from Sydney in September 2019 for Mr Hudson’s work.

He says the family was given very little explanation as to why the request was denied.

“You see public cases of international people coming out for reality tv shows, or our leaders travelling overseas and coming back… I don’t understand how that system is working.”

Victoria’s Premier Daniel Andrews said the health department would review the case.

In a statement, a health department spokesperson said “exemptions are extremely limited and only granted in very special circumstances, such as in end-of-life situations or for emergency needs.”

Public health officers assessing exemption requests for the purposes of providing care to someone will take into account whether there are already people providing that care.”

On its website, the Australian government’s Department of Health wrote:

Vaccination against COVID-19 is the single most effective way to reduce severe illness and death from infection. Two COVID-19 vaccines are currently in use in Australia – AstraZeneca and Pfizer (Comirnaty). Like all medicines, the vaccines can have side effects (also known as adverse events). The overwhelming majority of these are mild and resolve within a few days. …

Part of our analysis includes comparing natural expected death rates with observed death rates following immunisation. So far, the observed number of deaths reported after vaccination remains less than the expected number of deaths that would occur naturally, or from other causes, for that proportion of the population. 

Sources: Dailywire, Skynews, Faithwire

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