A Chinese mother desperate to see her son in a Melbourne hospital is now able to travel to Australia, after confirmation her visa application has been granted by Australia’s Border Force Commissioner. According to the reports, Li Changxiang, 22, was in a road crash in late January in Victoria and was declared brain-dead on Monday in Royal Melbourne Hospital. Mr Li was in Australia on a working holiday visa. Since the accident, his mother Xing Lin Ren has been trying to get a fast-tracked visa to see her only son in Melbourne, before the hospital turned off his life support machine. But the Federal Government’s ban on Chinese arrivals due to coronavirus kicked in shortly after she applied, and she was stuck in China. The hospital confirmed the Chinese national died a short time ago, before the Federal Government granted his mother’s visa this afternoon.
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