Together again: Coronavirus survivors reunite
Charles and Nellie Anness have spent most of the past 71 years together, but were forced to enter separate hospitals after falling ill with COVID-19. Now, they're together again.
72 years after meeting at a baseball game in Harrisburg. Life through Charles and Ellie honest the nastiest of curveballs. Ah, Cove in 19 diagnosis for both. I feel pretty good now that we're going home going home more than a month after their initial diagnosis. I think they're more than excited, aren't you? So is Pam Bratton. She couldn't see her parents while they were hospitalized at Baptist Health. And for 10 days a couple that had barely been apart for a single day over 71 years had to be treated in separate rooms. We don't even want to think about. It was awful, but it was wonderful when we got to be together again, together for 16 days inside Lexington's Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital, focusing on how to once again live life on their own. I think they did Great therapist Emily Goggin oversaw much of their rehab program. The virus attack their bodies, sparing. However, the one thing Charles and Nelly most needed in order to recover. I think love inspires us to be motivated, to wake up each day, to get out of bed each day and to recover from a dangerous virus so that they could go home on this day together, just as they have every night, the previous 71 years. I love him, Justus, Muchas I or maybe four. And I'm just thank God that we could be together. And together they fought off that nasty curveball. 72 years after meeting at a ball game in Lexington. Michael Berk Elliott's 18 news quick interview. All right, What?