Viral Video: Couple Finally Reunites After 215 Days [They Have Been Married for 60 Years]

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A viral video of a couple that finally reunites after 215 days is circulating online. According to reports, the two have been married for 60 years and were separated for seven months due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The viral video has been making netizens tearful and inspired by the story of the couple. Since posting, the video has already garnered more than 2,000 reactions from its viewers.

The couple, Joseph and Eve Loreth, were reunited in an assisted home facility, the Rosecastle at Delaney Creek.

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Being apart for 215 days

In the post of the Rosecastle at Delaney Creek on their Facebook page, they shared the video of the couple that finally reunites after 215 days.

According to the page, Joseph was in rehabilitation due to the coronavirus pandemic. Because of this, he was only allowed to see Eve through window visits.

On the other hand, even if Eve has also become a resident of the Rosecastle at Delaney Creek, she remained separated from her husband.

During the 215 days that they were apart, the couple would make do of the phone calls and the window visits.

However, Joseph finally graduated from rehabilitation. On that same day, the couple finally reunites after 215 days.

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The emotional reunion

The reunion of the couple was recorded. In the viral video, Eve was seen busy doing something while sitting across a table.

The person holding the camera told Eve, "Look here, Miss Eve! Who's here?"

When Eve looks up, she was very surprised to see her husband.

Joseph, on the other hand, was very emotional. He said, "I sure miss you." He also repeatedly told his wife that he loves her.

Before the video ended, Joseph said, "I didn't think I would ever get over here. I missed you so much...For sixty years I've done something right."

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The netizens' reaction

Although the video came with a warning from the Rosecastle at Delaney Creek, some of the viewers were still not able to keep their tears.

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Others admired the kind of love that the couple had for each other.

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Some netizens also expressed their concern for other elderly because of their condition due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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