London Ambulance Service joined a national minute’s silence today to remember those who died during the pandemic and show support for the bereaved. Staff and volunteers remembered colleagues lost to COVID-19, as well as those who died across the NHS, the UK and the world, as part of a national day of reflection. Today’s event, spearheaded by end-of-life charity Marie Curie, falls on the anniversary of the UK going into the first national lockdown. The charity estimates around three million people in the UK have been bereaved since the pandemic began – today is a moment to grieve and celebrate the lives of those lost. The post Service supports National Day of Reflection appeared first on London Ambulance Service NHS Trust.