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WATCH: Western Australia Government Denies Entry to Double Vaccinated Victoria Parents Who Only Wanted to Identify Son Who Committed Suicide


This is a heartbreaking story that exemplifies the wickedness going on in Australia right now.

10 News First reported two Victorian parents that were denied entry into Perth in Western Australia.

The only reason the couple traveled to Western Australia was to identify the body of their 20-year-old son who committed suicide.

However, the heartless, soulless Western Australia regime refused to let them identify their son without first quarantining for 14 days.

And the Victorian couple is double vaccinated against COVID-19.

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It’s another glaring example that shows none of this insanity is about public health.

In Australia, they’re attempting to push their citizens to a psychological breaking point.

Sadly, we’ve found reports of the destructive mental impact of Australia’s tyrannical lockdown policies.

Below is the saddening report:

9 News also covered the story:

Katie and Steve Grace say the pain of not being able to enter the state where their son died has only worsened their grief.
Their son, talented rugby player Jordan Grace, was on a contract to play in Perth when he took his own life last month – two days before his 21st birthday.
They were notified when a police officer went to their Williamstown home in Melbourne’s west.
Ms Grace said the first thing the parents wanted to do was to get to Perth to be with their son.
“I just wanted to get to him. It was my baby,” she said.
The Graces applied for an exemption to enter Western Australia due to the state’s strict COVID-19 restrictions.
However, they were told they would have to quarantine in a hotel for two weeks upon arriving in the state.
With other children at home, the Graces couldn’t contemplate leaving them and going into lockdown.
“So (WA authorities) then said well if you don’t want to hotel quarantine we will just deny you entry,” Ms Grace said.
“We weren’t going there for a holiday.
“We just wanted to go see our boy pack up his things and come home and bring him home with us.”
Mr Grace said it had been a tough three weeks for the family.
“We just want closure so that we can start celebrating our son and move on,” he said.
Considering they are both fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the family believe they should have been shown some grace by Western Australian authorities.
Ms Grace said the border restrictions were causing pain for more than just them.


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