Monterey County designates a memorial day for victims and survivors of COVID-19
Monterey County designates a memorial day for victims and survivors of COVID-19

Monterey County designates a memorial day for victims and survivors of COVID-19

IN SALINAS … MONTEREY COUNTY HONORS LIFE LOST BY COVID-19. .. THESE WHITE FLAGS POSTED OUTSIDE THE COUNTY BUILDING TO REPRESENT THE 700 RESIDENTS OF MONTEREY COUNTY WHO DIED BY COVID DURING THIS PANDEMY … TODAY THE COUNTY GIVES SUCH A DECISION MESSAGE

Monterey County designates a memorial day for victims and survivors of COVID-19

In Salina’s honors Monterey County lives lost due to COVID-19. On Tuesday, the county passed a resolution officially recognizing every first Monday in March as Memorial Day for COVID-19 victims and survivors in Monterey County. White flags outside the county building represent 700 Monterey County residents who died of COVID-19 during the pandemic. By comparison, between 2014-2016, heart disease killed 1,467 people in Monterey County, and the flu killed 152. The death toll from the pandemic would be the third highest cause of death if placed in the 2014-2016 data.

In Salina’s honors Monterey County lives lost due to COVID-19.

On Tuesday, the county passed a resolution officially recognizing every first Monday in March as Memorial Day for COVID-19 victims and survivors in Monterey County.

White flags outside the county building represent the 700 residents of Monterey County who died of COVID-19 during the pandemic.

Compared with, between 2014-2016heart disease killed 1,467 people in Monterey County, and the flu killed 152. The death toll from the pandemic would rank as the third highest cause of death if placed in the 2014-2016 data.

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