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Observe a Moment of Silence

Join others around the country on National COVID-19 Day choosing to pause in remembrance of over half a million COVID-19 deaths in the United States. 

Pause Weekly in Remembrance

Join The Friday Minute to observe a moment of silence for 60 seconds for those impacted by COVID-19 in any way throughout the rest of the year on Fridays at 9 am pst/12 noon et @thefridayminute on Instagram. 

The Friday Minute

Share Memories

If you’ve lost someone you love to COVID-19 and would find meaning in sharing their story, you can submit them along with a picture to @FacesOfCOVID, an online initiative that seeks to honor pandemic victims. 

What is National COVID-19 Day?

March 11 is the Day the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic

The purpose of National COVID-19 Day is to help the United States navigate our collective grief, encourage one another, and embrace hope for what is ahead.

March 11 was chosen in recognition of the day COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization.

The Humanitarian Disaster Institute and VOMO’s vision for National COVID-19 Day is that it will serve as an annual day of observance and service—and as an ongoing movement—for helping our neighborhoods and nation endure and overcome the pandemic.

From the smallest of projects to the biggest, boldest ideas, we can all become people of action on National COVID-19 Day and beyond.

The launch of National COVID-19 Day was made possible through generous support from World Vision, our partners, and you.

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