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As China recovers from the coronavirus outbreak, emotional reunions are taking place – including the one between NBC correspondent Janis Mackey Frayer and her 6-year-old son after 49 days. Joining TODAY live from Beijing, Frayer talks about what life has been like for her and her family has been like as the crisis deepened. “In a word, it was electric,” she says of the long-delayed reunion, adding that her son said, “let’s not do that again.”