TEARFUL REUNION: Selfless coronavirus nurse reunited with her vulnerable son after four months apart
[July 20, 2020: The Sun]
RUNNING into each other’s arms, a selfless coronavirus nurse is finally reunited with her son - for the first time in FOUR MONTHS.
Operating theatre medic Gemma Walker, 47, made the heart-wrenching decision to live separately from vulnerable George, 20, when the pandemic broke.
It meant she had not seen her son - who has Down's Syndrome and needs oxygen at night - since Mother’s Day on March 22.
With the bug more under control Gemma arranged to see George again in an emotional moment she said was “like a dream come true”.
Her boy stood by the window for 40-minutes waiting to see Gemma's car - then shouted "mum, mum she's here," when she pulled in.
As they embraced the pair wiped away tears and Gemma said: "I've missed you so much my darling boy."
He replied: "Mum, mum I've missed you, now you are here, now you are here.".... MORE