Court told government did not provide enough evidence to show Taiwanese hospital was equipped to treat child

A critically unwell refugee baby and his parents detained on Nauru will be flown to Sydney for diagnosis and treatment at the Westmead Children’s Hospital following an order of the federal court in Melbourne on Friday evening.

Representing the Australian government, barrister Christopher Tran told the court that while medical facilities on Nauru were not adequate to assess and treat the baby, he could be flown to a hospital in Taiwan for treatment.

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