Travel ban leaves German family stuck in South Africa

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    Marina Wessolowski and her family came to South Africa to spend Christmas with her mother. They expected her to fly back to Germany early next month. But thanks to a new, fast-spreading strain of the coronavirus they are now unsure when they’ll be able to return home.

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