Australian Woman Denied Visa To See Her Parents Commits Suicide Due To COVID Border Closures

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In yet another example of the tragedy and cruelty of Australia’s COVID policies, a young woman living in Sydney has committed suicide after being denied a visa to see her parents in Western Australia.

Robin D’Argent, 31, had suffered from PTSD and depression after moving to Sydney to start a new life and was trying to get back to Western Australia to see her parents, Gillian and Alain. However, after being refused a travel visa in both October and December, struggling with her mental illness alone became too much for her and she took her own life.

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Robin’s grieving father told Perth’s 6PR radio:

“It’s not like we’ve come to Sydney for a holiday. We have come to deal with our daughter’s death which is traumatic enough, and we can’t even get home and try to start a life with the knowledge that our daughter’s no more with us.”

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