“The only problem is that they only accept the evidence from the PCR tests and I only did the antigen test.” I'm going to get tested ASAP and I'm crossing my fingers to be negative. Otherwise, I will have to wait another 14 days before traveling, ”he breathes.
Anne-Marie Dagenais, Joël's mother, recalls that the situation linked to the pandemic was stable before her son left in mid-November. & Nbsp;
“There was nothing when he left. The rules change so quickly. In addition, his car is at the Montreal airport. It's going to cost a fortune. Are they going to make him stay in a hotel? There, it will still generate costs. At least he's keeping his spirits up, but we can't wait to see him again, “worries Ms. Dagenais.
Alone for the Holidays & nbsp;
Rachel Audet, the young man's fiancée, is rather disappointed that her lover is left alone for the holidays, but she remains confident.
The aid worker and his fiancée Rachel Audet. The latter impatiently awaits the return of her lover to Sherbrooke.
“I just hope he comes back soon. We were especially surprised at the lack of help from airlines, including Air Canada. I understand the health restrictions, this is normal. On the other hand, we could have better helped people stranded abroad like Joël ”, she denounces.
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