Spain – Minute of silence in Congress for the victims of Covid

Spain’s growing list of COVID-19 victims were remembered during a minute’s silence in Madrid on Monday.

A minute’s silence was held in Spain to commence the mourning process, with both the Spanish king and the prime minister keen to pay their respects. The country has suffered more than 27,000 deaths from COVID-19. Members of the Guadia Civil stand at attention during the minute of silence Spain has reported more than 27,000 deaths from COVID-19 and King Felipe VI led the hard-hit country at midday local time (10 a.m. GMT) in a minute’s silence from the Zarzuela Palace on the outskirts of Madrid. The king and his family were dressed all in black and stood
in front of a Spanish flag that was one of more than 14,000 at half-mast on public buildings across the country. Members of the Spanish royal family standing in black Members of the royal family honor the thousands of people who have died of the coronavirus in Spain Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and other lawmakers took part in the Spanish parliament, while health workers and other citizens also halted activities to honor those that had lost their lives due to the pandemic.

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