Day of reflection to be held a year after UK’s Covid lockdown began

A minute’s silence will be observed at noon on 23 March to remember the thousands who have died

A “national day of reflection” will be held to mark the first anniversary of Britain going into lockdown and in remembrance of the 125,000 people who have died during the coronavirus pandemic.

Charities and politicians are urging members of the public to hold a minute’s silence at noon on 23 March, and to contact someone they know who is grieving.

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