Germany travel ban leaves family stranded in South Africa for Christmas

When Berlin-based businesswoman Marina Wessolowski arrived in South Africa earlier this month, she hoped to spend Christmas together with her family and mates earlier than returning residence subsequent month to her beauty distribution agency.

The new variant of coronavirus has left her and her family uncertain of when they may go residence.

“I don’t know, we will see what will happen,” Wessolowski stated.

Being away from her 76-year-old mom has been the toughest a part of all of it. 

“It’s very difficult to see your mom after a year and you can’t hug her,” Wessolowski stated.

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