Angry families of 63 loved ones who died alone during Covid call for ‘Gloria’s Law’ -By Lucy Thornton – News Reporter

Mar 20, 2023 | In Print

While the government was partying through lockdown, these families were unable to say goodbye to their loved ones as they died in care homes alone and scared


63 angry Covid families whose scared loved ones died alone demand new law

Families whose loved ones died “lonely and scared” in care homes have joined forces to say “never again”.

They told how the last words an 81-year-old said to his wife before he was taken away by the ambulance were: “Aren’t you coming with me?”
While a mum in a care home during the pandemic put her finger to her lips to shush her family from behind a window, telling them; “The guards will come!”.

The families of 63 pensioners have released pictures of their lost loved ones, to mark the third anniversary of the March 23rd 2020 lockdown.

They are demanding Gloria’s Law which was debated in Parliament last October after a petition was signed by more than 270,000 people.

See all 63 brave Covid victims who died alone and scared in lockdown without their families,

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