- A couple, who were stuck in the United Kingdom due to the Covid-19 pandemic, recently returned home and their kids were emotional
- Videos of the family reunion were shared on Facebook
- In the video, the kids were excited that their parents returned home
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It was an emotional moment on Tuesday, July 21, for a couple who reunited with their kids upon arrival from the United Kingdom as the children could not hold back tears.
The husband's elder sister identified as Lara Wise took to Facebook to share the story, saying the couple was stuck in the UK due to the deadly Coronavirus.
She shared videos of the emotional reunion on Facebook and said the couple arrived last and had self-isolated and run their Covid-19 test which came out negative.
In the videos, the kids, who were not aware that their parents would arrive that day, were excited to receive them and got emotional.
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See videos of the surprise visit:
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Retired nurse Nomsa Noda, 67, has relayed her tragic ordeal after burying the wrong person instead of her late husband.
News24 reports that the widow had been banned from viewing the body of her 79-year-old husband at the Uitenhage Provincial Hospital's mortuary:
"They refused to allow me to view my husband's body at the hospital mortuary due to Covid-19 regulations. Now I buried the wrong person."
As if her husband Vukile Noda had died after contracting Covid-19 and spending a week in the hospital.
The mortuary had allegedly switched the tags on the two bodies, resulting on the error but the family only found out after burying the wrong person.
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