China will on Saturday hold a day of mourning for those killed by Covid-19, like Li Wenliang, the doctor who sought to alert the world to the disease. Photo: EPA-EFE China will on Saturday hold a day of mourning for those killed by Covid-19, like Li Wenliang, the doctor who sought to alert the world to the disease. Photo: EPA-EFE
China will on Saturday hold a day of mourning for those killed by Covid-19, like Li Wenliang, the doctor who sought to alert the world to the disease. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus: China to stage day of mourning on Saturday for thousands killed by Covid-19

  • People asked to observe three minutes of ‘silence’ from 10am as sirens and vehicle horns blast out across the country
  • Flags to be flown at half-mast to commemorate the 3,322 Chinese killed by the virulent disease

Topic |   Coronavirus China
China will on Saturday hold a day of mourning for those killed by Covid-19, like Li Wenliang, the doctor who sought to alert the world to the disease. Photo: EPA-EFE China will on Saturday hold a day of mourning for those killed by Covid-19, like Li Wenliang, the doctor who sought to alert the world to the disease. Photo: EPA-EFE
China will on Saturday hold a day of mourning for those killed by Covid-19, like Li Wenliang, the doctor who sought to alert the world to the disease. Photo: EPA-EFE
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