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In cute relationship news we wish we could lay claim to, a boyfriend in America sat outside his girlfriend's home every day as she recovered from coronavirus.
When 17-year-old Camila Baldasso tested positive for COVID-19, despite being asymptomatic, her boyfriend Collin Ouellette did an unusual thing.
Every single day, the 19-year-old waited outside Camila's home in Texas for an hour or two, determined to keep her company despite her quarantine.
Camila said: "He was sad that we wouldn't be able to see each other, but told me he'd be there for me the whole time."
Collin brought puzzles, food and plenty of conversation to Camila's doorstep while she remained in her room, so that the young couple could still spend time together, at a safe distance.
"We would eat dinner together when he would sit outside some nights and most of the time we would just talk."
The two found they got to know each other a lot better during their time of separation, and even quizzed each other about their lives.
"He would tell me about his day and one night we looked up questions to ask your partner and we each answered about 100 questions."
"I felt bad at times because he would be sitting in some slight rain or getting eaten alive by mosquitoes, but he would say it was worth it." Aww, you guys!
As well as in-person visits, Collin and Camila also communicated via FaceTime and Netflix Party sessions.
But after 10 days of self isolation, Camila tested negative and immediately called Collin to let him know.
"When he pulled into the driveway, the first thing I did was give him the biggest hug on earth," she says.
"Then we went inside, talked to my family, and ate some food together."
A happy result for these two teens!
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