Only In Print: European Visitors Share Tearful Reunions As Travel Ban Departs

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Emma Armstrong hugs her father, Michael, upon his arrival at JFK from London. Emma, who lives in Westchester County, had not seen him or her mother, Heather, for nearly two years.

JAMAICA — The Biden administration officially lifted the travel ban imposed to keep COVID-19 infections from entering the U.S., on Monday, Nov. 8.

A day later, families and loved ones tearfully reunited at border crossings and airports…

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