Metro Memorial honors hundreds of people who have died from COVID-19
Metro Memorial honors hundreds of people who have died from COVID-19

Metro Memorial honors hundreds of people who have died from COVID-19

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – A public show honors the lives of hundreds of people who died of Covid-19.

The United National Flag Memorial is on the lawn at Memorial Hall.

The flagmindmark consists of a flag for each of the 480 Covid victims, who called Wyandotte County home.

The flags are one of three colors. Yellow flags represent the 236 people who died of COVID-19 in 2020. Blue flags stand for the 180 people who died in 2021. Red are for the 64 people who have already died of the virus in 2022.

The United Government said the highest number of COVID-19 deaths occurred in April 2020 and January 2022, with 52 casualties and 51 casualties.

The memorial will be open until Friday, March 25th.

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