LATEST @ 9.25 AM | The Queensland Government has confirmed they will allow a man stuck in hotel quarantine in Sydney to visit his dying father on the Gold Coast.
However, the reunion will only be possible if the NSW Government agrees to break the
Speaking to reporters a short time ago, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said it will also be dependant on how the couple can be safely transported from Sydney to the Gold Coast.
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EARLIER @ 8.30 AM | A man stuck in hotel quarantine in Sydney is pleading for the Queensland Government to allow him to see his dying father on the Gold Coast.
Mark Kilian and his wife are stranded in isolation in Sydney after rushing to Australia from Los Angeles.
All he wants to do is visit his
It’s understood Mark and his wife have both received their COVID vaccines and have provided at least three negative coronavirus tests while in quarantine.
However, the Queensland Government is continuing to deny them an exemption so that Mark can be with his father in his dying days.
“Unfortunately, the national guidelines, so what is agreed to federally, is the 14 days of quarantine for people coming overseas,” Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said on Tuesday.
An emotional Mark said all he wants to do is “be
Mark continued by accusing the State Government of having different rules for different people.