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Sharjah: An Indian family in the UAE from Kerala needed to watch the burial service of their disease-stricken child on Facebook as they couldn’t go with his body traveled to their local province of Kerala due to COVID-19-related travel limitations.

Conceived on Easter in 2004, Jeuel G. Jomay lost his seven-year-long fight with malignancy this Good Friday, a day prior to he turned 16 on April 11.

An evaluation 10 understudy of GEMS Millennium School in Sharjah, Jeuel inhaled his toward the end in American Hospital in Dubai, where he was conceded fourteen days sooner.

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“None of the flights was getting endorsed soon. His dad needed to fly with him. In any case, that was impractical. At long last, we figured out how to send him yesterday. We are appreciative to everybody who upheld us,”

Because of the development limitations and social removing rules, she said just the relatives could go to a petition held at the preserving focus in Muhaisnah before the body was traveled to Kerala on an Emirates freight flight, the relative said.

Due to coronavirus all flights and air traffic is are disconnected and delayed, Indian Family in United Arab Emirates attend their son’s funeral on Facebook online.


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