Day of remembrance for lives lost during COVID-19 pandemic

It’s been one year since Maryland reported its first cases of the coronavirus and as the fight continues, Gov. Larry Hogan is reflecting on the lives lost to the virus.|| Coronavirus updates | Maryland’s latest numbers | Get tested | Vaccine Info ||Hogan held a vigil outside the state house Friday evening for the thousands of Marylanders who died from the virus.Makeshift candles adorn the State House, representing the Maryland lives dimmed by the deadly coronavirus.”We resolve to never forget any of 7,748 Marylanders who have been taken from us by this deadly virus,” Hogan said.It’s been one year since Maryland reported the first case of coronavirus in the state, since then thousands of lives have been claimed by the virus.”Many of whom couldn’t even have their loved ones by their sides when they passed,” Hogan said. “None of us could’ve truly fathomed the toll that this global pandemic would take on our lives and on our very way of life.”Some didn’t get the chance to see a continuous battle against the virus as Hogan said recovery is on the horizon.”After confronting a threat unlike anything we have seen in our lifetimes; each day brings us closer to a return to normalcy and we can finally see that light at the end of the tunnel,” he said.And the governor is urging residents to remain vigilant in continue fighting the coronavirus.

It’s been one year since Maryland reported its first cases of the coronavirus and as the fight continues, Gov. Larry Hogan is reflecting on the lives lost to the virus.

|| Coronavirus updates | Maryland’s latest numbers | Get tested | Vaccine Info ||

Hogan held a vigil outside the state house Friday evening for the thousands of Marylanders who died from the virus.

Makeshift candles adorn the State House, representing the Maryland lives dimmed by the deadly coronavirus.

“We resolve to never forget any of 7,748 Marylanders who have been taken from us by this deadly virus,” Hogan said.

It’s been one year since Maryland reported the first case of coronavirus in the state, since then thousands of lives have been claimed by the virus.

“Many of whom couldn’t even have their loved ones by their sides when they passed,” Hogan said. “None of us could’ve truly fathomed the toll that this global pandemic would take on our lives and on our very way of life.”

Some didn’t get the chance to see a continuous battle against the virus as Hogan said recovery is on the horizon.

“After confronting a threat unlike anything we have seen in our lifetimes; each day brings us closer to a return to normalcy and we can finally see that light at the end of the tunnel,” he said.

And the governor is urging residents to remain vigilant in continue fighting the coronavirus.

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