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April 14, 2024

Event at state Capitol to honor Oklahomans lost to COVID-19 pandemic – KOCO Oklahoma City

Event at state Capitol to honor Oklahomans lost to COVID-19 pandemic  KOCO Oklahoma City

Event at state Capitol honoring Oklahomans lost to COVID-19 pandemic

State Sen. Paul Rosino announced the sunrise remembrance after he lost his son to COVID-19 in 2021. Monday would have been his 36th birthday.

KEEP YOU UPDATED. ALL RIGHT. WELL, HAPPENING THIS MORNING, CROWDS GATHERING AT THE STATE CAPITOL FOR A REMEMBRANCE VIGIL HONORING OKLAHOMANS LOST TO COVID 19. KOCO’S ZACH RAEL GOODSON HAS BEEN THERE SINCE EARLY THIS MORNING AND AUDREY, WE CAN SEE NOW THE PEOPLE GATHERING THERE BEHIND YOU. THE GOVERNOR. HEY, GUYS. GOOD MORNING. I’M HERE AT THE STATE CAPITOL WHERE THIS IS LITERALLY KICKING OFF RIGHT THIS MINUTE. SO I’M GOING TO STEP OUT OF THE WAY TO SHOW YOU GUYS KIND OF WHAT I’M SEEING. SO THEY’RE PASSING OUT CANDLES HERE AND THEY HAVE A BUNCH OF SPEAKERS COMING TO PRAY OVER PEOPLE THAT HAVE LOST THEIR LIVES TO THE PANDEMIC. SO THEY’RE ALSO PEOPLE ARE ALSO ENCOURAGED TO BRING A PICTURE OF THEIR LOVED ONE TO SHARE. BUT THIS IS SENATOR PAUL RACINE ANNOUNCED THIS SUNRISE REMEMBRANCE AFTER HE LOST HIS SON TO COVID 19 AND 2021. TODAY WOULD HAVE BEEN HIS 36TH BIRTHDAY. PACINO’S SON, GREGORY, IS JUST ONE OF NEARLY 18,000 OKLAHOMANS WHO HAVE LOST THEIR LIVES TO THE PANDEMIC. SO ANYONE IS ENCOURAGED TO COME OUT AND SUPPORT TODAY.

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Event at state Capitol honoring Oklahomans lost to COVID-19 pandemic

State Sen. Paul Rosino announced the sunrise remembrance after he lost his son to COVID-19 in 2021. Monday would have been his 36th birthday.

Crowds have gathered at the state Capitol on Monday for a remembrance vigil honoring Oklahomans lost to COVID-19. Get the latest news stories of interest by clicking here.Anyone who lost a friend or family member to COVID-19 was encouraged to join in the early morning prayer vigil that started at 6:30 a.m. They were also encouraged to bring a picture of their loved ones to share.State Sen. Paul Rosino announced the sunrise remembrance after he lost his son to COVID-19 in 2021. Monday would have been his son’s 36th birthday.>> Get the KOCO 5 AppRosino’s son, Gregory, is just one of the nearly 18,000 Oklahomans who have lost their lives to the COVID-19 pandemic. Top HeadlinesShooting at Oklahoma City Taco Bell leaves security guard injuredLegalizing recreational marijuana in Oklahoma: What you need to know about State Question 820Woman in custody after stuck in chimney in Oklahoma CityCleveland County couple charged with child neglectOne person killed in motorcycle accident in Oklahoma City

Crowds are gathering at the state Capitol on Monday for a remembrance vigil honoring Oklahomans lost to COVID-19.

Anyone who lost a friend or family member to COVID-19 is encouraged to join in the early morning prayer vigil that starts at 6:30 a.m. They’re also encouraged to bring a picture of their loved ones to share.

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State Sen. Paul Rosino announced the sunrise remembrance after he lost his son to COVID-19 in 2021. Monday would have been his son’s 36th birthday.

Rosino’s son, Gregory, is just one of the nearly 18,000 Oklahomans who have lost their lives to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Anyone is welcome to come out and find support.

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