Love at first flight - How a drone and a bubble secured a date for this couple during quarantine

It might be in a relationship, friendship, or between strangers, in times of difficulty, love always wins.

2020-03-31 11:45:00 PM

Love at first flight - How a drone and a bubble secured a date for this couple during quarantine | W24_SA

It might be in a relationship, friendship, or between strangers, in times of difficulty, love always wins.

We are all constantly overwhelmed with news of the latest infections and deaths. So, it comes as a breath of fresh air to see love prevailing at a time of crisis, such as this. READ MORE: Lockdown: If you live away from family you probably miss them - women on scents that 'smell like home'

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