Woodbridge Will Remember COVID Victims In 9

This vigil is to honor and remember the lives of Woodbridge residents who died during the COVID quarantine lockdown and could not have a proper funeral service.

Immediately following the vigil, Woodbridge officials will shift gears for the "COVID-19 Community Hero Day," which will recognize and celebrate community heroes such as the Township's nine fire departments, four first aid squads, Department of Public Works, essential employees, healthcare heroes, and individuals who went above and beyond during the height of the pandemic.

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