Worcester

Worcester to Dedicate Plaque in Memory of Pandemic Victims

A dedication ceremony is planned for late Tuesday morning at Elm Park

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The second largest city in Massachusetts is dedicating a memorial to the more than 500 city residents lost to the coronavirus pandemic.

A dedication ceremony is planned for late Tuesday morning at Elm Park in Worcester.

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A permanent plaque will be unveiled and become a place of reflection for all those seeking solace due to the hardship, loss, and grief caused during the pandemic, according to a statement from the city manager’s office. City leaders scheduled to speak at the dedication include Mayor Joseph Petty; City Manager Edward Augustus Jr.; city Medical Director Dr. Michael Hirsh; and Dr. Matilde Castiel, commissioner of the city’s Health and Human Services.

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