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Coronavirus: UK to hold minute's silence for key workers who died

BBC News Tuesday, 28 April 2020
The PM and NHS leaders will join the tribute to front-line workers who have died with coronavirus.
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A minute's silence has been held across the UK to commemorate the key workers who have died with coronavirus. More than 100 NHS and care staff have died with the virus, as well as many transport and other key workers since the pandemic began in Britain.

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