Condolences to everyone who has lost a loved one during the pandemic

The Prime Minister has issued his deepest condolences to all those who have lost loved ones during the pandemic, and committed to honouring those who have lost their lives once we have come through the crisis. 

  • Deepest condolences to everyone who has lost a loved one: fathers and mothers; brothers and sisters; sons and daughters and the many grandparents who have been taken.
  • When Britain has come through this crisis, we will come together as a nation to remember everyone we lost. We will also remember the courage of countless working people – not just our amazing NHS and care workers, but shop workers, transport staff, pharmacists, teachers, police, armed forces emergency services and many others – who kept our country going during our biggest crisis since the Second World War.
  • And when the vaccines have finally freed us from this virus and put us on a path to recovery, we must and will make sure that we learn the lessons and reflect and prepare. Until that time, the best and most important thing we can all do to honour the memory of those who have died is to work together with ever greater resolve to defeat this disease.


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