It’s been more than 70 years?but the vivid details of Auschwitz remain fresh in the mind of 93-year-old Hedy Bohmsafety measures like physical distancing and wearing masks in indoor public spaces will continue to be applied..
“I see the barracks. I see the beaten earth that I was sleeping on. I see the total lack of colour everywherecovid_19_vaccine,” said Bohm, who was 16?when she was taken from her home to the Oradea ghetto in what is now Romania and later sent to the infamous concentration camp in Nazi-occupied Poland.
Bohm was separated from her parentsThe Toronto Maple Leafs an. She remembers trying to chase after her mother before being stopped.?
“That is so deep in my mind. I think it was the most difficult moment of my life.”