South Liverpool Treatment Centre and Kensington Neighbourhood Health Centre will light up yellow on 23 March to remember those who have lost their lives, or remain unwell, with Covid 19.
Covid Reflection Day, led by Marie Curie, is a day for people to come together and support those families and those who have lost loved ones during the pandemic. The day is designed to be about showing compassion to those around you and remembering how the pandemic has changed all of us.
As a partnership, Community Health Partnerships (CHP), Liverpool and Sefton Health Partnership (LSHP) and Integral FM will use the LED lights on the exterior facades of the two buildings.
“Covid Reflection Day is an opportunity for us, as we look to the future post-pandemic now, to remember what we have all been through and show our support to those families who have lost loved ones.” – Andy Muir
The buildings will not just be lighting up for Covid Reflection Day but there is more scheduled throughout the year.
These two prominent NHS neighbourhood health centres offer a wide range of health & wellbeing services designed to meet the needs of the local population, so it is hoped that the lights will stand out.
Andy Muir, CHP Regional Director for the North West, commented: “We have previously used the lights on days such as World Diabetes Day and they have a fantastic effect.
“Covid Reflection Day is an opportunity for us, as we look to the future post-pandemic now, to remember what we have all been through and show our support to those families who have lost loved ones.
“Our condolences are with them and we hope the lights go some way to showing our support for them, and the day in general.”
For more information about Covid Reflection Day 2022, please visit: www.mariecurie.org.uk/get-involved/day-of-reflection