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For the couples featured across the "90 Day Fiancé" franchise, their relationships have been tested by distance, cultural and religious differences, skeptical families, language barriers and much more; like the rest of the world, their lives and love are facing an unfathomable challenge of the global coronavirus pandemic.

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Robert and Anny have a gender reveal; Corey and Evelin are fighting in Ecuador; Tim and Veronica co-parent at home; Nicole is trapped in New York while her mom, Lidia, is alone in the Dominican Republic; Abby quarantines with her new husband, Louis.
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Fernanda has a virtual date; Tiffany and Ronald see a therapist; Jesse helps a friend who's in the hospital with Covid-19; Rachel and Jon talk with a lawyer about new delays in their visa; Jenny and Larry sing karaoke.
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Laura tries to get on the last flight out of Ecuador; Dean gives an update on his relationship with Tarik; Omar talks with Avery's dad, who's in prison; Anna gives at-home haircuts to her family members; Daya works, and Brett is a stay-at-home dad.
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Russ struggles with his grandmother's death; Karen and Thomas have a full house; Michael and Juliana quarantine with his ex-wife and her new husband; Ben and Akiny's wedding is on hold; Patrick reaches out to Myriam in Paris.
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Darcey and her twin sister Stacey attempt a "spa day" at home; Chantel loses her sense of smell; Caesar reveals a secret he's been keeping; with Steven still working, he and Olga haven't had any alone time in weeks.
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The 90 Day Fiancé couples are forced to adapt to a new normal; Pregnant Alla is quarantined separately from Matt, Emily fears Sasha may have contracted the virus, and Jorge gives an update from prison.
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As the Covid-19 Pandemic spreads, 90 Day Fiance couples have been living under self-quarantine; with no producers and no crew, they record their daily lives on their own.

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