MADRID (Reuters) – Andrea Chabant Sanchez, a Madrid-based publicist, normally travels to Paris once a month to see his girlfriend. In January he booked his flights through to July.
Andrea Chabant Sanchez, 29, video-calls his girlfriend Emma, 24, from a park in Madrid while Emma is with her family in Normandy, France, during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in this undated handout photo. ANDREA CHABANT SANCHEZ/Handout via REUTERS
Now those precious reunions are on hold, as ever-tightening travel restrictions prevent him, and many other separated couples around the world, from seeing each other.
“I honestly don’t know when I’m going to see the person I love again,” said Sanchez, who has not seen Emma Besancon, 24, since before Spain declared a state of emergency on March 14.
“I always had a date: one for this month, next month…” said Sanchez, who is 29. “Now there’s no window.”
Lola Gomez, a 22-year-old drama student from Malaga, is also feeling the…
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