All Delawareans have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and unfortunately, some of our friends and neighbors have suffered a tremendous loss of their loved ones.
Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long, the Delaware Division of Public Health and advocates have partnered with the Yellow Hearts Memorial and COVID Survivors for Change to keep their memories alive and to lift-up those who are impacted by COVID-19 long-haul symptoms.
On May 3, 2022 at 1 PM we will be hosting an in-person memorial at the Delaware Division of Public Health’s Jesse Cooper Campus to honor those lost and those who have battled the virus, whether on the front lines at hospitals,
long-term care facilities, or Public Health, or due to their own long-haul symptoms.
This site will serve as a memorial for those Delawareans who have battled – or are still battling – COVID-19. Please submit the names of those you want to honor during these tough times. The names will be displayed publicly during the May 3 service.
Please use this form to submit a name of a person you wish to memorialize.
Submit your name, or a loved one’s name, to honor their long-haul battle against COVID-19.
Submit your name, or a loved one’s name, to honor their work on the front-line during the COVID-19 pandemic. This could be someone who worked in healthcare, education, public health, essential services, or other front-line area.