WORLD Spain holds service to remember coronavirus victims

WORLD

Spain holds service to remember coronavirus victims

Xinhua

22:36, July 15, 2021

King Felipe VI of Spain delivers a speech during the remembrance service for coronavirus victims at the Royal Palace in Madrid, Spain, July 15, 2021. Spain held a remembrance service here at the Royal Palace on Thursday morning for the 81,043 people who have lost their lives to the coronavirus. The family members of 102 health workers who lost their lives to COVID-19 in Spain also attended the service, where they received medals to recognize the sacrifice of their relatives during the pandemic. (Xinhua/Meng Dingbo)

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain leave after the remembrance service for coronavirus victims at the Royal Palace in Madrid, Spain, July 15, 2021. Spain held a remembrance service here at the Royal Palace on Thursday morning for the 81,043 people who have lost their lives to the coronavirus. The family members of 102 health workers who lost their lives to COVID-19 in Spain also attended the service, where they received medals to recognize the sacrifice of their relatives during the pandemic. (Xinhua/Meng Dingbo)

King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain deliver medals to health personnel's family during the remembrance service at the Royal Palace in Madrid, Spain, July 15, 2021. Spain held a remembrance service here at the Royal Palace on Thursday morning for the 81,043 people who have lost their lives to the coronavirus. The family members of 102 health workers who lost their lives to COVID-19 in Spain also attended the service, where they received medals to recognize the sacrifice of their relatives during the pandemic. (Xinhua/Meng Dingbo)

Soldiers present flowers to a memorial torch during the remembrance service at the Royal Palace in Madrid, Spain, July 15, 2021. Spain held a remembrance service here at the Royal Palace on Thursday morning for the 81,043 people who have lost their lives to the coronavirus. The family members of 102 health workers who lost their lives to COVID-19 in Spain also attended the service, where they received medals to recognize the sacrifice of their relatives during the pandemic. (Xinhua/Meng Dingbo)

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