National COVID Remembrance Day Sunday October 4 2020

National COVID Remembrance Day October 4 2020

National COVID Remembrance Day Sunday October 4 2020.
Live Virtual Event that will unite Americans to honor the dead and call on leaders to do more.

Nearly 7 million confirmed U.S. cases of COVID-19 and more than 200,000 lives lost with no end in sight.

Join in to remember those who have died, to honor survivors, frontline, and essential workers, and to demand that elected officials do more to develop a national plan to combat the physical, mental, and economic threats from COVID-19.

National COVID Remembrance Day is organized by Covid Survivors For Change.

National COVID Remembrance Day Highlights

COVID-19 Remembrance Live Stream on You Tube at 9:00am(pt) or Archived
Hosted by Grammy Award Winning Singer and Former U.S. Ambassador For Health Dionne Warwick
Live Streamed From The Ellipse In Washington D.C.

Remembering Those Lost to COVID-19

A call for a National Moment of Silence on October 4 2020 at 9:00am(pt)

Tributes featuring Live and Recorded Performances by Speakers and Artists

Honoring Frontline Workers

Honoring Essential Workers

Demand that elected officials do more to develop a national plan for safety and recovery

Online Wall of Remembrance
Share a Memory of your loved one who had COVID

National COVID Remembrance Statement

Nearly 7 million confirmed U.S. cases of COVID-19 and more than 200,000 lives lost with no end in sight.

Join in to remember those who have died, to honor survivors, frontline, and essential workers, and to demand that elected officials do more to develop a national plan to combat the physical, mental, and economic threats from COVID-19.

These are our grandparents, our parents, our siblings, children, coworkers, and neighbors.
We are all at risk.
No one is immune from this pandemic.
This crisis is not over.

Life as we know it has been disrupted.

Frontline and essential workers risk their lives every day to fight the pandemic and keep our economy and communities running.
Millions of Americans are seeking unemployment help and thousands of small businesses have closed permanently. Black and brown Americans and Americans with disabilities have borne a disproportionate share of the hurt — both in financial and physical risk.
Their stories need to be centered in any conversation about how we heal.

COVID-19 has taken our jobs, our livelihoods, and our sense of security.
We can’t hug our grandparents, celebrate milestones, or honor loved ones lost with funerals.
Everyone is yearning for a sense of normalcy.
But this is not normal.

After 6 months of national sacrifice, our elected officials need to do more.

We need a national moment of silence and a national plan of action.
The National COVID-19 Remembrance will serve as a call for elected officials to take more action now to see our country through to the other side of this pandemic.

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