Sad times for parents as 46 babies get stranded in Ukraine's 'baby factory'

Sad times for parents as 46 babies get stranded in Ukraine's 'baby factory'

- Coronavirus pandemic has caused 46 surrogate newborns to be stranded in a 'baby factory' in Ukraine

- Their parents are in other countries and they can't come for them due to the coronavirus lockdown

- Their parents have paid for services from BioTexCom, an organisation that assisted them with starting families

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Forty-six surrogate newborns are stranded in a dormitory at a hotel in Ukraine as the COVID-19 lockdown has stopped their parents from taking them home.

According to Mirror, their parents are in the UK, USA, Italy, Spain, France, Israel, Germany, China, Mexico, Romania and other countries.

YEN.com.gh gathers that their parents have paid between £5,745 (2,732,782.19) and £57,365 for services from BioTexCom, an organisation that assisted them with starting families.

Sad times for parents as 46 babies get stranded in Ukraine's 'baby factory'

Their parents are in other countries and they can't come for them due to the coronavirus lockdown. Photo credit: BioxTexCom
Source: UGC

The babies are being cared for by staff at a so-called 'baby factory' due to the pandemic causing countries to close its borders.

An administrator called Marina said: “Dear parents! My name is Marina, I'm an administrator of the Venice Hotel.

“Our baby sitters take care of your babies 24 hours a day in a baby room.

"Every day they spend some time with the children in the open air and bathe them.”

In other news, American pop star, Katy Perry, recently took to her Twitter page to be candid about how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting her

The pregnant Fireworks singer said that sometimes she does not know which is worse in trying to avoid contracting the virus and also the depression that comes with thoughts of adjusting to the new norm.

She wrote: “Sometimes i don’t know what’s worse trying to avoid the virus or the waves of depression that come with this new norm”.

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