Captain Tom’s reputation is well-known for his efforts to raise donations for the British National Medical Service after the outbreak of the COVID-XNUMX pandemic
In the early days of the outbreak of the new crown plague, the 100-year-old World War II veteran became a household name.During the implementation of the ban, the elderly Moore decided to donate 100 pounds for the national medical staff by driving around 1000 times in his backyard.This move has aroused widespread response in the UK and abroad.In the end, his total donation amounted to 3300 million pounds, which became a sensation, and newspapers and television stations conducted numerous interviews.
The family of Captain Moore notified his death on Twitter.His descendants said in a statement, “The last year of his father’s life was remarkable. He was rejuvenated and experienced what he could only dream of.”
According to relatives, Mr. Moore suffered from prostate cancer and skin cancer in the past five years, so he could not get the new crown vaccine.
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In the first days of the new crown plague, the video of Captain Moore strolling around his backyard brought him countless fans and enlightened everyone.During a walk, he reminded: "Please always remember, tomorrow will be a beautiful day." This statement quickly became a popular saying.
On April 4 last year, Moore, who was about to turn 16 years old, was awarded the honorary colonel; on April 4, on his 30th birthday, two World War II fighters flew over his home to greet him.In July of that year, Queen Elizabeth II awarded him the title of knight.
Buckingham Palace announced that the Queen herself would express her personal condolences to the family of Sir Moore.Buckingham Palace said in a statement that the Queen has a heart for Sir Moore's family and recognizes the inspiration he has brought to people across the country and people around the world.
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