COVID-19 victims remembered on Washington's National Mall with 650,000 white flags

By Reuters

An exhibition of white flags representing Americans who have died of COVID-19 opened on Friday, covering more than 20 acres of the National Mall in Washington. Last year, artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg created an outdoor installation in Washington comprised of more than 267,000 white flags – one for every person in the United States who had died from COVID-19. Now, there are some 650,000 flags placed on the National Mall.

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