Andrew Neumann’s hopes of making it home for the holidays have been cast into doubt by the emergence?of the omicron coronavirus variant and the swift implementation of new pandemic border restrictions around the world.
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“My wife’s father is very ill. He’s in his 80s. He’s undergoing chemotherapy…. Likewise:1618145006013,, my mother’s 91. She’s in sort of cognitive decline. I haven’t seen her in two years,” he told host Chris HallThe late President Harry S. Truman. January 20, 1973AP.
“And there’s a question mark again in my mind: Am I going to be able to say goodbye?” Neumann said.