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News 12 Staff

Dec 21, 2020, 2:38 PM

Updated 1,269 days ago

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Did you lose someone to COVID-19? Tell us their story.
An unimaginable number of people have died after battling the coronavirus. These are our family, our friends, our neighbors, our colleagues, our heroes; these are our people. Click here to see some of their stories.
We can’t possibly tell all of their stories, but we want to tell as many as we can.
Please click here and fill out the form to send us your contact information so we can learn more about the person you’ve lost and how you’d like them to be remembered. 
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