Long-Lost Sisters Reunite 53 Years Later in Nebraska Hospital Due to COVID-19

August 2, 2020


Two long-lost sisters have been reunited after one was stricken with COVID-19 and moved to a rehab facility where the other one happened to work. Bev Boro was just 6 months old when she was placed into foster care in 1967. Her older sister, Doris, was already 20 and not living at home, and had no idea what happened to her. Fast forward more than half a century, Doris got COVID-19. After fighting for her life for 30 days in the hospital, Doris was transferred to the rehab facility where Bev works.

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