In Madrid was held a mourning ceremony in memory of the victims COVID-19

Mourning ceremony in memory of more than 28 thousands of victims in the epidemic COVID-19 took place in Spain.

To pay tribute to the victims of the profits all members of the government headed by Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, all heads of the Autonomous communities of Spain, the leaders of the major political parties in the country, except for VOX, whose members refused to come because of disagreements with the government.

In addition, in Madrid this day came the head of the European Council Charles Michel, the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, the EU high representative for foreign and security policy of Josep Borrell, President of the European Parliament David Sassòli, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, Director General of the world organization of health tedros adhanom Ghebreyesus.

The ceremony was also a tribute to all those who contributed to the fight against the pandemic – primarily health personnel, but also employees of the transport police, the Civil guard, to and to all those who worked in the harsh months of a pandemic. According to Felipe VI, "this crisis put us to the test as the country and society," but also helped "to test the principles that characterize the thousands of citizens who put their efforts for the good of society".

A nurse from Barcelona AROA lópez in his speech, said, how hard was the fight against the epidemic.

According to her, the worst moments had to be with the dying, who could not in the last minutes of his life to say goodbye to relatives.

Spain is one of the most affected countries by the pandemic were identified by 256 thousand cases of infection, although the Ministry of health conducted a study on antibodies suggests that the disease has moved 2.3 million, that is 5,2% of the population. According to official figures, died of 28.4 thousand people.

Recent data on the situation of COVID-19 in Russia and the world presented on the portal stopmanager.of the Russian Federation.