Canada establishes a national day of remembrance for all those who died from the Communist virus

In the midst of the pandemic, the rainbow pattern has become a symbol of encouragement for Canadians to work together to overcome the crisis.

On Monday, Canada‘s federal government recognized March 11 as a national day of remembrance for those who died in the Communist virus outbreak.

On March 11 of last year, the World health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a statement on Monday announcing the decision, saying it would cause people to reflect on the Epidemic and remember the “significant impact” it has had on people’s lives, from living alone, to losing their jobs, to losing Time with Family and friends.

Trudeau said, “Early last year, our lives and the lives of everyone in the world were forever changed by the emergence of COVID-19.” “Now, we mourn the tragic loss of more than 22,000 Parents, siblings, friends and loved ones.”

The Canadian government invites all to mourn this week for those who have died as a result of the CCP virus, as well as the frontline medical personnel who have given their lives to fight the outbreak.

The statement also praised “Canadians for caring for each other and helping each other through this crisis.”

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a press conference