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Natalia Southern's father died while she was in hotel quarantine in WA.(Supplied: Natalia Southern)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelThe daughter of a Perth man who died in hospital overnight has been told she must remain in mandatory isolation in a hotel after flying in from Melbourne to be with her family.Key points:Natalia Southern's first application to travel to WA from Victoria was rejectedShe arrived yesterday and was taken to a hotel for mandatory quarantineShe was given 30 minutes with her dad before he died overnightAfter an initial request for an exemption to enter WA was rejected on Monday, Natalia Southern was allowed to fly to Perth yesterday under strict new border rules that require her to spend two weeks in hotel quarantine at her own expense.Ms Southern had applied for an exemption to isolate at home with her family, as it had been expected her father, Manuel Nunes, would die within the fortnight.But that was denied.The push to open up WA's borderPremier Mark McGowan is facing growing pressure to reveal when WA will emerge from its cocoon, writes Jacob Kagi.Read moreShe said after much negotiation from the confinement of her hotel room yesterday afternoon she was allowed to visit her father in hospital for half an hour as his condition quickly deteriorated.She was picked up from the hotel in a private vehicle and taken to the hospital, where a nurse showed her to her father's room.Her mother was made to leave while she was there, she was not allowed to touch her father, and after 30 minutes she was escorted back out of the hospital and returned to the hotel.Her 88-year-old father did not last through the night, dying from complications of a vascular disease.For the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic follow our live coverage.Ms Southern spoke to ABC Radio Perth from her hotel room and said she was concerned for her grieving mother, who she still had not been able to see."I haven't been able to see her. She was at the hospital, but she was asked to leave my dad's bedside for me to have my visit. I haven't seen her, and she's distraught," she said.Initial rejection cuts short time with dying fatherMs Southern said she had feared she would not make it to Perth before her father died, because the exemption process had been so difficult, and her initial request was rejected with just one and a half lines of explanation stating she had not provided enough information. A number of Perth hotels have which have been used to quarantine arrivals have security guards stationed out the front.(ABC News: James Carmody)But Ms Southern said she had provided ample information, including a letter from her father's treating physician supporting her application."I applied to come on grounds of compassion, and the system is not compassionate, it's an online system, it gave me one and a half lines of consideration," she said."I would have been prepared to do anything. I don't want to put the community at risk, I just want to be with my family at this really difficult time."But nobody called, nobody explained, it was just a rejection in a line and a half."Exemption to quarantine with grieving mother deniedMs Southern said she had asked for permission to isolate at home with her mother, to support her, but it was denied.We're not going anywhere, it's not a time for celebration, we won't be entertaining, or going to the beach or restaurants," she said.Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume.ListenDuration: 9 minutes 7 seconds9m 'The system is not compassionate': woman faces 13 days alone in WA hotel quarantine after father diesDownload 4.2 MB"We just want to be together, we didn't expect this to happen so quickly, we thought we would have more time."My mother needs support, and I'm in hotel quarantine and I don't have any support here."I'm in a room, in the city on my own, nobody comes into the room, meals get left at the door and that sort of thing."Questions over rules for compassionate exemptionMs Southern said she feared WA Police were not properly considering compassionate grounds for exemptions to the hotel quarantine rule."I think they are just defaulting to people from Victoria not being exempted, they won't consider the circumstances, they haven't looked at the circumstances, they've just looked at my postal address," she said."They're clearly not considering what the options might be that can balance COVID risks with compassionate circumstances like their process is meant to allow for.Stay up-to-date on the coronavirus outbreakDownload the ABC News app and subscribe to our range of news alerts for the latest on how the pandemic is impacting the world"I don't think they have a process that allows for compassion, I certainly haven't seen it."Premier Mark McGowan was asked about Ms Southern's case and whether a request to allow her to now isolate at home to support her grieving mother should be accepted.He said he did not know the exact details of the case, but it sounded "very, very sad and very difficult for that individual"."These cases we pass on to the police to manage, I don't manage these myself," he said."Any of these cases we hear about or that my office hears about, we pass them directly to the police to manage."A spokesman for WA Police said the agency would not comment on individual cases.'I am alone in my hotel room with this unfathomable grief'Ms Southern said all her family had wanted was to be together, and that they would be willing to take any measure which would allow that to happen safely."My dad is a Portuguese man, a migrant who came to this country for a better life for his family, and he gave back in spades, he was a battler and lived a really humble life," she said."He didn't want riches, he had very few luxuries, he just had us as family, and that's what we wanted, all we wanted to do was be there right at the end."Everything changed so quickly, he's gone, and I am here all alone in my hotel room dealing with this unfathomable grief and a system that has not listened and does not show compassion."Victoria recorded nearly 500 new COVID-19 cases today.What you need to know about coronavirus:The symptomsThe number of cases in AustraliaGlobal cases, deaths and testing rates

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