Can I again find firm footage in my life that was nearly extinguished by the coronavirus pandemic?

On line in the hospital atrium, Kari Wegg folds her hands in her lap while husband Rodney pilots the wheelchair, moving forward together a few feet at a time, their progress halting but methodical.

After all the years the two have worked in hospitals — and the long months last summer and fall that Kari spent confined to an intensive care bed — what’s another half hour now?

“Any risk factors for COVID?” a hospital employee asks when they reach the vaccine check-in desk.

“Double lung transplant for COVID,” Kari says, quietly.

“All right, it’s your graduation day today,” the worker replies.

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Source: Associated Press – ADAM GELLER

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