Petition to let man back into SA to see critically ill mother gains traction | 7NEWS

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Pressure is mounting on SA Health after it denied an Adelaide expat a travel exemption to visit his dying mother in hospital. A petition calling for an exemption to be granted has exceeded 8,500 signatures.

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