ISOLATED FAMILIES AROUND THE WORLD REUNITES AS WAR AGAINST COVID-19 YIELD RESULTS
Families around the world are reuniting after over a year of separation and isolations
After a year of isolation, Americans are reuniting. They are hugging, laughing and crying. They are mourning, and they are still anxious. But they have done it together. Here’s a look at reunions that have taken place across the country.
Valerie Brachulis was the surprise guest in the back seat of the car when Emma Rice, her 5-year-old granddaughter, was finished with school on April 8. “Oh my gosh! You really came with us!” Rice exclaimed.
On Easter Sunday, Rev. Keith Thomas held his first in-person service in over a year at Mount Olive, one of the oldest and largest Black churches in Champaign, Ill. "The pandemic really took a toll,” said Marion Harrington, a church deacon. “But now we’re back home again.”
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