City of Brampton lowers flags in honour of teenager who died from COVID-19
The flags at Brampton City Hall are being flown at half-mast in memory of Emily Victoria Viegas, 13, who died from COVID-19 on Sunday evening.
The Brampton teenager is one of the youngest people in Ontario to lose their life from coronavirus.
“Brampton collectively mourns all those who have passed away due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” reads a tweet by the City of Brampton on Twitter.
Peel Region is second only to Toronto in the province in terms of the largest daily COVID-19 case counts.
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