RM2F84BX0–11 April 2021, London, UK - Woman signing The National COVID Memorial Wall on the South Bank which has hearts drawn and names of those who died in the coronavirus pandemic
RM2H1E0YD–London, UK, 18 October 2021: The National Covid Memorial Wall on the south bank of the Thames, with each heart representing one person who has died during the coronavirus pandemic. So far the total number of people in the UK who have died with Covid-19 on their death certificates is 161,798. The wall is boundary of St Thomas's Hospital and faces the Houses of Parliament, with the hearts stretching for hundreds of metres besides the River Thames. It was created by volunteers organised by the campaign group Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice with the help of Led By Donkeys. The original red
RM2J5R3A6–The National Covid Memorial Wall on the South Bank at Westminster, London, with pedestrians
RM2R0YCAF–The National Covid Memorial Wall on the south bank of the River Thames opposite the Palace OF Westminster, central London England Great Britain UK
RM2J18180–London, UK. A day of reflection took place at the National Covid Memorial Wall on the second anniversary of the first lockdown. The event was organised by Covid19 families uk the only national network of support groups across the UK for those who have become bereaved during the Pandemic. Credit: michael melia/Alamy Live News
RF2H27A99–The National Covid Memorial Wall on a Thames-side walkway on the Southbank in London, United Kingdom
RM2RJC4YP–The National Covid Memorial Wall on the South Bank of the River Thames, opposite the Palace of Westminster. Volunteers painted 220,000 red and pink he
RM2HK7C09–National Covid Memorial Wall on a grim overcast day in Lambeth, London, UK. Red hearts drawn onto a wall representing each death from COVID 19
RM2F7M2PC–Mayor of London Sadiq Khan by the National Covid Memorial Wall on the Embankment in London to mark the completion of the painting of approximately 150,000 hearts onto the wall. Picture date: Thursday April 8, 2021.
RM2JC501M–National Covid Memorial Wall on South Bank in London, Uk
RF2JEJ21H–Two women wearing face masks walking in front of the National Covid memorial wall on the South Bank of the Thames, London UK.
RM2HF3X0X–London, UK. 13th Jan, 2022. Photo taken on Jan. 13, 2022 shows flowers beside the National COVID Memorial Wall on the south bank of the Thames River in London, Britain. From Monday, the self-isolation period for fully vaccinated people in England who test positive for COVID-19 will be reduced from seven days to five full days, British Health Secretary Sajid Javid announced Thursday. Credit: Li Ying/Xinhua/Alamy Live News
RF2F88XEB–The National Covid Memorial Wall on Southbank, covered in thousands of hand drawn hearts, in memory of all the lives lost to the COVID-19 pandemic.