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Caseworker cares for Chinese couple's baby born to surrogate


RIVERVIEW, Fla. (AP) — Katie Faust says her career as a surrogate pregnancy case manager is more of a calling than a job.

That might seem cliche, but she backs it up.

Faust was laid off recently due to the coronavirus' negative impact on her industry. But the Riverview resident chose to stick with her clients, working for free.

And when coronavirus-related travel restrictions kept clients from picking up their newborn at the hospital, Faust did it for them.

She flew to California and then drove back home to Riverview with the baby.

The parents live in China, so it might be a while before...

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