Entraide-Deuil de l’Outaouais will mark the day commemorating the start of the COVID-19 pandemic
Article published on 9 March 2021
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The Entraide-Deuil de l’Outaouais organization is organizing a virtual meeting this Thursday, March 11 at 7 p.m. to mark the government’s commemorative day. The Director General of Entraide-Deuil de l’Outaouais, André Raymond, mentioned that he wishes to give a voice to the victims of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We’re not just talking about those who died of COVID-19. There are many families who have had to go through mourning on their own, restrict the number of people at the funeral ceremony and be isolated to mourn. They are the ones we want to reach and help, ”says André Raymond.

The sessions are open to all citizens of the Outaouais region who can join via the Zoom platform. Note that Entraide-Deuil de l’Outaouais organizes regular virtual sessions for people experiencing a loss. For more information or to register people can visit the organization’s website entraide-deuil.qc.ca or communicate directly by phone at 1-866-770-4814. The full interview with André Raymond is available here.

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