‘March to Remember’ honors COVID-19 victims, pushes for permanent memorials – News 12 Bronx

Countless New You are able to residents and mourners from nationwide collected in the Brooklyn Bridge to have fun playing the annual COVID March to keep in mind.

Many had yellow hearts and yellow shirts like a tribute to family people who died towards the illness.

“It’s so remember this individuals who have been lost to COVID, their existence meant something,” stated activist Shyvonne Novoa. “We are also for survivors and individuals who are suffering from COVID-related issues.”

The Yellow Heart Organization also used 2010 march being an chance to require a permanent memorial from the lives lost.

“We’re really dealing with metropolitan areas all around the nation too to erect permanent memorials, we’ve already had six approved. And a few options are already in some metropolitan areas. That’s another mission we’ve is really that families possess a permanent spot to go and think about their loss, and they already know continuing to move forward themselves will not be forgotten,” stated founder Rosie Davis.