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Spain Honours Covid-19 Victims With National Ceremony

Spain honoured Covid-19 victims with national ceremony. The ceremony was also meant to honour those people who had been on the frontline in the fight against Covid-19 pandemic in the country. The ceremony took place in Madrid. The entire duration of the short ceremony lasted for about 35 minutes.

During the ceremony, King Felipe VI sent his condolences to all those who have lost loved ones as a result of the dreaded Coronavirus pandemic. He went on to stress that his heart is filled with pains as a result of both the elderly and younger generations whose lives had been lost to the pandemic.

King Felipe VI went on to say that despite the fact that the pandemic had dealt with humanity, many of us have been able to show great courage despite the dangers the pandemic came with. Around 500 guest attended the ceremony. The guests included people who have lost loved ones to Covid-19. Some of them were also given the opportunity to address the world during the ceremony.

Other top Government officials were also present at the ceremony. The guests at the ceremony laid white roses to honour the victims and the ceremony was concluded with a minute of silence. Spain has been hit very hard by the virus, it is believed that around 28,413 people have lost their lives to COVID-19 in Spain since the beginning of the covid-19 outbreak.

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