Neighbours spoilers follow.
In scenes set to air next week, Levi (Richie Morris) tells Bea (Bonnie Anderson) that he has epilepsy – a neurological condition that affects the brain and can lead to seizures and unusual behaviour – but begs her to keep quiet about his condition.
No-one in Levi's family knows he has epilepsy, and he's determined to keep the truth from them.
Later in the week, however, Levi and Bea's relationship becomes strained when she confronts him about his condition, and asks what will happen if he has a seizure on the job, potentially putting Yashvi at risk.
The question of what caused Levi's seizures also comes into play when an offended Levi disputes the suggestion and tells Bea that he has dealt with this for most of his life.
Meanwhile, Clive is questioning Sheila's behaviour towards her grandson Levi, and Sheila guiltily reveals why she'll always be worried about him.
As it turns out, there was an incident in Levi's childhood that would break her family apart if the truth ever came out. The question now is whether Sheila will reveal what that incident is and just how many lives will be affected if she does...
In other Neighbours news, Dipi Rebecchi actress Sharon Johal has reassured fans over filming and cast safety amid the threat of another Melbourne coronavirus lockdown.
"Please don't worry, it's 'business as usual' at @neighbours, and by 'usual', I mean this new world 'COVID-19' usual," she told her followers earlier this month.
"We've been maintaining those measures since we went back to work in April and will continue to do so, whilst re-evaluating regularly as required when things change, like yesterday."
Neighbours airs these scenes on Monday, July 20 and Tuesday, July 21 at 1.45pm and 5.30pm on Channel 5.
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