LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- After nearly three months apart, parents in England got to hug their 2-year-old son again, from whom they had been separated because of the pandemic.
Charlotte Cole, a care quality nurse in England, said the reunion felt like Christmas.
Cole had decided to move her son, George, to her parents’ house April 1 after a confirmed COVID-19 case where she works.
While she and her husband, Daniel, had visited their son, they had been able to see him only through a window.
However, on Friday, after the government had eased lockdown restrictions, the family finally reunited.
The mom said she had never seen her son run so fast.
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