The Isidoro Medina Park in Murcia is filled with flags of Spain in tribute to 56,000 deaths from Covid

Sunday, October 18, 2020 – 4:46 PM

Murcia has dawned this Sunday full of flags of Spain in tribute to the 56,000 deceased by the coronavirus. At 18.00 start the collection of these.

Thousands of flags are planted in Murcia as a tribute to the victims of Covid

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One of the green areas of Murcia has dawned this Sunday full of flags of Spain in tribute to the 56,000 deaths from the coronavirus.

The National Association of Victims and People Affected by Coronavirus (ANVAC) has been the one who has chosen the Isidoro Valcarcel Medina Garden, next to Juan de Borbn avenue, to pay this tribute to those who died from the disease.

Thousands of flags have been placed during the early hours by volunteers from the Association (ANVAC), to render an emotional act of remembrance to the dead.

In addition, at 12 noon a manifesto was read and a minute of silence was held in memory and respect for the deceased. Likewise, it is planned that the act will end at 6:00 p.m. and the flags are collected.

The National Association of Victims and People Affected by Coronavirus (ANVAC) has already carried out similar acts in Madrid (Roma Park), Valencia (Playa de la Patacona) and Sevilla (Alamillo Park).


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