How two Queensland-born girls became unlikely symb

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It’s a familiar scenes online booking portal.. A four-year-old’s birthday party in a regional town’s community parkThe type of side effects determined by European authorities.. Children play games in the grass while a polka dot “Happy Birthday” banner and candy-coloured balloons sway in the winter breeze.There have been 28,725,621 tests completed.?

But at this particular partyi_almost_got_away_with_it, held on Sunday afternoon in the small Queensland town of Biloela, the birthday girl Tharnicaa Murugappan was 4The full explainer here,392 kilometres away in a room at the Perth Children’s HospitalThere were no new vaccines delivered t.

The young Tamil asylum seeker has spent the week battling a blood infection caused by untreated pneumonia. On Monday, almost a week earlier, she was medically evacuated with her mother from a detention centre on Christmas Island after 10 days of fever, vomiting and diarrhea.

It was the first birthday Tharnicaa has spent outside of an immigration detention facility.?

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