The Accidental Quarantine Family


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The Accidental Quarantine Family

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This is the story of a family from China who were renting an AirBnB basement in a home. COVID hit, travel was prohibited, so they had to stay put. They were stranded together and became a temporary family. They all pitched in together and made it through, helping with chores, meals, and babies.
The stranded couple came to Salt Lake City to complete their surrogate pregnancy since it wasn't allowed in China.
Their advice? "Never quarrel with each other.
Cooperate with each other. If we have some difficulties, just get it together."

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The Washington Post

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This item was submitted on July 16, 2020 by Lyn Ribisi using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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