Sydney woman unable to see dying mother

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25/10/2021 11:40:00 PM

A distraught Sydney woman may not be able to say goodbye to her dying mother in Hobart due to Tasmania’s strict border rules.

A distraught Sydney woman may not be able to say goodbye to her dying mother in Hobart due to Tasmania’s strict border rules.Teresa Florez has been living with dementia and in the past week has moved to palliative care in the family home – with doctors giving her only a couple of days to live.

Her daughter, Mercedes Maguire, is a journalist at The Daily Telegraph who is double vaccinated and immediately applied for a travel exemption to Tasmania after discovering her mother was moved to palliative care.That application was denied.NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet reportedly contacted the Tasmanian government about the case, saying:

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3 minutes ago A distraught Sydney woman may not be able to say goodbye to her dying mother in Hobart due to Tasmania’s strict border rules. Teresa Florez has been living with dementia and in the past week has moved to palliative care in the family home – with doctors giving her only a couple of days to live. Her daughter, Mercedes Maguire, is a journalist at The Daily Telegraph who is double vaccinated and immediately applied for a travel exemption to Tasmania after discovering her mother was moved to palliative care. That application was denied. NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet reportedly contacted the Tasmanian government about the case, saying: ‘While border restrictions are a matter for individual states – this is surely a case where an exemption could be considered on compassionate grounds. The pandemic has kept families and friends apart for too long and where we can we should be working together to help people in their time of need – not simply ignoring them.’ Since then, Ms Maguire has been contacted by a representative of the health minister in Tasmania, Jeremy Rockliff’s office, and he says Ms Maguire can do 14 days of hotel quarantine at her own expense – at a cost of around $3,000. Then Ms Maguire would receive a pass to visit her mother. There are no details however on what this pass allows and whether it gives unfettered access to the family home. Read More