‘I can’t see my baby overseas because of COVID-19’.

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I can’t fault the agency (in Georgia), they hope the boarders will open and are endeavouring to arrange care in a hospital when the baby is born,” Trystan said.

Babies are able to remain at the hospital for 14 days after birth but will then have to move to another hospital.

“Babies need food and warmth, but they need love and a crying baby left in a hospital without anyone to pick it up is devastating.”

Trystan dreads having to see photos or videos of his baby daughter alone and fears without immediate contact with her parents bonding will be an issue.

“It feels terrible.  I haven’t had a child before, but it is pretty gutting.”

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