National Covid Memorial Wall, 150,000 hearts painted on wall opposite the Houses of Parliament as a memorial to those who have died of coronavirus
RM2F8CWE3National Covid Memorial Wall, 150,000 hearts painted on wall opposite the Houses of Parliament as a memorial to those who have died of coronavirus
London, UK, 27 April 2021: Visitors leave tributes at the National Covid Memorial Wall as Prime Minister Boris Johnson still faces accusations of having preferred that 'bodies pile up' rather than have a third lockdown. With one heart drawn for each of the over 150,000 people who died in the UK coronavirus pandemic, the memorial stretches along the wall of St Thomas's Hospital, facing the Houses of Parliament on the opposite bank of the River Thames. Anna Watson/Alamy Live News
RM2FK0H85London, UK, 27 April 2021: Visitors leave tributes at the National Covid Memorial Wall as Prime Minister Boris Johnson still faces accusations of having preferred that 'bodies pile up' rather than have a third lockdown. With one heart drawn for each of the over 150,000 people who died in the UK coronavirus pandemic, the memorial stretches along the wall of St Thomas's Hospital, facing the Houses of Parliament on the opposite bank of the River Thames. Anna Watson/Alamy Live News
London, UK. 9th November 2021. The National Covid Memorial Wall and vaccination centre outside St Thomas' Hospital. Over 150,000 red hearts have been painted by volunteers and members of the public, one for each life lost to Covid in the UK to date. Credit: Vuk Valcic / Alamy Live News
RM2H5FDB8London, UK. 9th November 2021. The National Covid Memorial Wall and vaccination centre outside St Thomas' Hospital. Over 150,000 red hearts have been painted by volunteers and members of the public, one for each life lost to Covid in the UK to date. Credit: Vuk Valcic / Alamy Live News
London, UK. 30th Mar, 2021. Hearts of the National Covid Memorial drawn by the Bereaved Friends and Family of Covid-19 on the embankment of the River Thames opposite the Houses of Parliament. The first of around 150,000 hearts which will be drawn on several hundred metres of the wall outside St. Thomas' Hospital in London, where Boris Johnson was admitted on contracting Covid last year. Credit: Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
RM2F66TBHLondon, UK. 30th Mar, 2021. Hearts of the National Covid Memorial drawn by the Bereaved Friends and Family of Covid-19 on the embankment of the River Thames opposite the Houses of Parliament. The first of around 150,000 hearts which will be drawn on several hundred metres of the wall outside St. Thomas' Hospital in London, where Boris Johnson was admitted on contracting Covid last year. Credit: Paul Brown/Alamy Live News
London, UK -April  2021. The National Covid Memorial Wall. Nearly 150,000 hearts will be painted by volunteers, one for each Covid-19 victim in the UK
RF2F7D28XLondon, UK -April 2021. The National Covid Memorial Wall. Nearly 150,000 hearts will be painted by volunteers, one for each Covid-19 victim in the UK
London, UK.  9 January 2022.  People view the National Covid Memorial Wall where each painted heart represents someone who died due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.  The UK has just passed 150,000 recorded deaths.  Credit: Stephen Chung / Alamy Live News
RM2HE7P70London, UK. 9 January 2022. People view the National Covid Memorial Wall where each painted heart represents someone who died due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The UK has just passed 150,000 recorded deaths. Credit: Stephen Chung / Alamy Live News
The National Covid Memorial on London's Southbank for the 150,000 lost to the pandemic with 'Wuhan 2019' written along a section of the wall.
RF2G7FJJCThe National Covid Memorial on London's Southbank for the 150,000 lost to the pandemic with 'Wuhan 2019' written along a section of the wall.
Red hearts that form the National Covid Memorial Wall, a tribute to the 150,000-plus British victims of the Coronavirus pandemic on 1st April 2021, in London, United Kingdom. Bereaved family and friends of Covid-19 victims have started working on the wall located outside St Thomas' Hospital.
RM2F6KCN1Red hearts that form the National Covid Memorial Wall, a tribute to the 150,000-plus British victims of the Coronavirus pandemic on 1st April 2021, in London, United Kingdom. Bereaved family and friends of Covid-19 victims have started working on the wall located outside St Thomas' Hospital.
150,000 Hearts Representing Lives Lost to Coronavirus in the UK Line the COVID Memorial Wall in London
RM2G2A0RF150,000 Hearts Representing Lives Lost to Coronavirus in the UK Line the COVID Memorial Wall in London
London, UK. 17th Jan, 2022. People enjoying the mild weather, taking a stroll along the National Covid Memorial Wall. The wall is decorated with 150,000 red hearts which is approximately the number of deaths from Covid-19 when it started in March 2021. The wall is next to St Thomas's Hospital. Credit: Mark Thomas/Alamy Live News
RM2HFMTW1London, UK. 17th Jan, 2022. People enjoying the mild weather, taking a stroll along the National Covid Memorial Wall. The wall is decorated with 150,000 red hearts which is approximately the number of deaths from Covid-19 when it started in March 2021. The wall is next to St Thomas's Hospital. Credit: Mark Thomas/Alamy Live News
Red hearts on the National Covid Memorial Wall outside St Thomas' Hospital in London.150,000 red hearts have been painted by volunteers and members of the public, one for each life lost to Covid-19 in the UK to date.
RM2F8D1H9Red hearts on the National Covid Memorial Wall outside St Thomas' Hospital in London.150,000 red hearts have been painted by volunteers and members of the public, one for each life lost to Covid-19 in the UK to date.
Red hearts are seen on the National COVID Memorial Wall outside St Thomas' Hospital.Over 150,000 red hearts have been painted by volunteers and members of the public, one for each life lost to coronavirus in the UK to date. (Photo by Vuk Valcic / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
RM2H89HF6Red hearts are seen on the National COVID Memorial Wall outside St Thomas' Hospital.Over 150,000 red hearts have been painted by volunteers and members of the public, one for each life lost to coronavirus in the UK to date. (Photo by Vuk Valcic / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
Red hearts painted in memory of people who have died of Covid-19 during the coronavirus pandemic at the National Covid Memorial Wall on 13th April 2021 in London, United Kingdom. The wall is  a place for people to come to reflect or to write messages or the names of lost loved ones. The wall represents a tribute to the approximately 150,000 British victims pandemic.
RM2F9T0H9Red hearts painted in memory of people who have died of Covid-19 during the coronavirus pandemic at the National Covid Memorial Wall on 13th April 2021 in London, United Kingdom. The wall is a place for people to come to reflect or to write messages or the names of lost loved ones. The wall represents a tribute to the approximately 150,000 British victims pandemic.