NYC still has no ideas for a COVID-19 memorial

Nearly 30,000 New Yorkers have died since COVID-19 touched down in the city one year ago.

And while a patchwork of painters, poets and everyday citizens have honored the dead in their own way, and the city plans a small memorial vigil next week, New Yorkers wonder when a transcendent touchstone to the tragedy — a soaring monument to the dead and the heroic — will emerge.

Around the world and the US, vast monuments and memorials are being proposed, planned and built….

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