In England, a campaign group for mourning families who lost their relatives due to Covid-19 began drawing a heart for each person who died with their hands on the wall opposite the British Parliament Building in memory of the victims of Covid-19.
In England, the group called “Justice for Families Who Lost Their Relatives from Covid-19”, which called for public research on how the government coped with the corona virus (Covid-19) epidemic, organized a campaign in memory of those who lost their lives in the epidemic.
With the campaign, the participants started drawing hearts with their hands on the wall opposite the British Parliament Building in memory of those who died in the Covid-19 epidemic. Approximately 150 thousand hearts are planned to be drawn with the campaign.
Hearts will be drawn on the hundreds of meters long wall on the south bank of the River Thames outside St Thomas Hospital, where British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was taken to intensive care after last year’s capture of Covid-19.
“Each heart is individually hand-painted and completely unique, just like the loved ones we lost. Like the extent of our collective loss, this monument will be huge,” said Matt Fowler, co-founder of the group.
In the statement made by the British government, it was promised to build a permanent monument after the end of the Covid-19 outbreak.