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Leeds lit to remember 2,000 who died with Covid
Leeds lit to remember 2,000 who died with Covid

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Landmark buildings in Leeds are to be lit this week to mark 2,000 Covid-related deaths in the city since the start of the pandemic.

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Leeds Town Hall, Leeds Civic Hall and Leeds City Museum will be illuminated from Monday evening until Thursday in blue - as a mark of respect for the city’s NHS and care staff, and yellow, the colour for grief awareness.

Leeds City Council said it was in recognition of both those who have lost their lives and the front line workers who have saved so many others.

Councillor James Lewis, leader of Leeds City Council, said: “This is a sombre milestone for the city which should prompt us all to pause and reflect on the unimaginable toll the past two years have taken on those who have lost family members, loved ones and friends.

“It is also an opportunity for us to be proud of the unity and compassion Leeds has shown throughout the darkest days of pandemic and to look towards the days to come with hope and optimism that having endured so much together, we can be closer and stronger than ever.”

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