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A sea of white flags will wash over the National Mall this September in remembrance
There are currently no plans for a national memorial to the more than 600,000 who lost their lives to COVID-19, but an exhibition this fall will attempt to visualize the U.S.’s monumental death toll on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
From September 17 through October 3, more than 610,000 white flags, arranged in 142 sections intersected with 3.8 miles of walking paths, will blanket the National Mall in one of the largest
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