After receiving the coronavirus vaccine, a 94-year-old New York couple are moving towards a beautiful and happy marriage.
Although the coronavirus has made most people different, Joy Morrow-Nulton and John Shults have become inseparable, and their relationship during the pandemic Flourish.
“I look forward to marrying my wonderful woman,” Schultz told Spectrum News. “She is great, cute, and smart.”
Now that each of them has been vaccinated, they are looking forward to planning the wedding.
New York State Senator Michelle Hinch (D-Saugerties) awarded them a certificate of honor in recognition of their journey.
Their family is also very excited.
Schultz’s granddaughter Emily Loughran said: “We just want to remember.” “This is exciting because we have been very careful about them and the importance of getting vaccines, and You also know what this means to those around you.”
The couple who are about to get married are also looking forward to entering life with less burden.
Morrow-Nulton said: “Although we will be cautious, no matter where we go, we will not be so afraid.”
The New York State Department of Health reported that 13.9% of the New York State population received at least one dose of the vaccine.