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Cincinnati Buildings to Light Up Blue for Coronavirus Frontline Workers

Cincinnati Buildings to Light Up Blue for Coronavirus Frontline Workers

Cincinnati, Ohio, is lighting up blue on Thursday evening to support health care workers and essential employees during the coronavirus pandemic.

The “Cincinnati” sign at Duke Energy Center, Fountain Square, and other buildings will go blue in honor of the national #LightItBlue campaign starting at 8 pm on Thursday, WLWT reported.

The national #LightItBlue campaign is asking venues and businesses across the country to turn blue to support the frontline staff working during the time of the coronavirus — health care workers, grocery store employees, firefighters, police officers, public service workers, truckers, and other employees who work for essential businesses.

Some of the other venues lighting it up blue include Los Angeles International Airport, Niagara Falls, and the I-35W Bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Joining a global initiative to show support and gratitude to the health care professionals and essential workers fighting on the front lines against COVID-19, tonight Niagara Falls will be illuminated in blue for 15 minutes at the top of each hour beginning at 8 p.m. #LightItBlue pic.twitter.com/w09VYVt2uf — Niagara Parks (@NiagaraParks) April 9, 2020

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