Four Newborn Babies Die After Being Denied Heart Surgery Due to COVID Travel Rules

Updated: Nov 14, 2020

How did we get to the point where we allow babies to die because of Covid?

Four new-born babies in Adelaide, Australia have died after being denied life-saving heart surgery due to coronavirus travel restrictions.


Adelaide is the only mainland Australian capital that doesn’t provide paediatric cardiac surgery, therefore around 100 babies a year have to be sent interstate to receive treatment.

However, due to COVID-19 lockdown restrictions imposed by the Australian government, transfers to Melbourne have stopped and the babies have to make a longer journey to Sydney instead.

“Obstetrician Professor John Svigos said four babies who had died in Adelaide in the past month had been unable to be transferred and would have “almost certainly” benefited from on-site surgery,” reports 9 News.

Last month, Germany’s Minister of Economic Cooperation and Development, Gerd Muller, warned that lockdown measures throughout the globe will end up killing more people than the coronavirus itself.

This begs the question have we truly lost or humanity? We allow 4 new-born babies to die because of border closures. As Australians how would we feel if these were our kids?


This so-called pandemic has cost lives and not because of the Virus. Yet the mainstream media are still pushing the narrative, together with the state and federal governments.


Someone needs to be held accountable for this criminality.


Shall we count the lives lost because of these draconian measures? Sources, tell us funeral homes are being kept busy not because of Covid deaths but of suicides! Something the media is not covering. Why not?


This is not the Australia I was raised in and is definitely not the Australia I want to die in.

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