British Prime Minister Boris Johnson celebrated 23 March as the ‘National Day of Reflection’, marking the completion of a year of nationwide lockdown enforced by the COVID-19. Has approved the plan of a charity institution. Johnson has ‘yes’ to the plan of the charity Marie Curie to commemorate those who died due to the pandemic, to keep silence for a few moments at 5:30 pm Indian time.
During this time, there are also plans to light people at their doors and to illuminate all the major buildings of the country. The Prime Minister said that it has been a very difficult year for our country. My condolences to those who lost their loved ones and those who could not pay tribute to them according to their wishes and feelings.
Will meet their loved ones after the restrictions are lifted
He said that as we are getting stronger against the virus, I want to thank those who are constantly battling. The Prime Minister said that I hope that after the restrictions are softened, they will be able to meet their loved ones. Other senior leaders have also welcomed the scheme. Let me tell you that till March 23, 2020 in the UK, 335 people died due to corona virus infection. At present, this figure has reached 143,259.
Community based programs will be organized
In a statement issued by the Marie Curie Charity, it is said that there is still a difficult time as the death toll is continuously increasing. This annual day will give us a chance to stop and think about this unprecedented loss. The statement said that in the years to come, we will support each other in the hour of sorrow.
On this day, along with silence and people coming to the doors, activities of different communities will also be seen, such as virtual assembly and etc. Apart from this, a series of free online conversations organized by Good Grief Festival will also be seen, which will include experts, celebrities and families suffering from grief.