The British veteran of the Second World War, Captain Tom Moore, raising millions of pounds for medical workers, died at the age of 100. Moore was killed in Bedford Hospital on Tuesday morning. On January 22, it was positive and fought against pneumonia for COVID-19. By walking around his garden, Moore hit a chord with locked down Britain using a walking frame.
“He was a great British hero that showed the best of our country,” said British Minister of Health Matt Hancock.
“Whilst he’d been in so many hearts for just a short time, he was an incredible father and grandfather, and he will stay alive in our hearts forever,” his daughters say. His daughters reiterate, ‘Our father’s last year was not less remarkable than anything he had ever dreamed of, rejuvenated and experienced.’