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National nonprofit group 9/11 Day wants to make Americans aware of ways to safely commemorate Friday’s National Day of Service and Remembrance amid the coronavirus pandemic. More.

When the new coronavirus pandemic hit New York City, New York Police Department Sgt. Raymond Holub stocked up on disinfectants and bleach cleaners, scrubbing surfaces at work four times an hour, washing his hands and keeping a distance from others. More.

It’s a grim sign of the times. The FDNY has increased the size of its World Trade Center memorial wall at its Brooklyn headquarters as they prepare to add the names of 27 more members who died of illnesses linked to the toxic air at Ground Zero during the rescue and recovery efforts. More.

It’s been nearly 19 years since the September 11, 2001, terror attacks, and like it does every year, the American Red Cross of Western New York is honoring those lives lost. It set up nearly 3,000 flags in front of its headquarters on Delaware Avenue, each of which represents a victim of the attacks. More.

9/11 Day, the nonprofit that successfully worked to establish the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks as a federally-recognized National Day of Service and Remembrance ("9/11 Day"), today launched a major new initiative in response to COVID-19, called "9/11 Day At Home." More.