Captain Sir Tom Moore has died at age 100 years

The second world war British veteran, Captain Sir Tom More has died at 100years old.

He raised almost £39M NHS charities the first corona lockdown in 2020 Spring.

Before his death, he was being treated for pneumonia and was admitted in the hospital before testing positive to Coronavirus. He has not received the vaccine due to the medication he was taking for pneumonia.

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Moore’s fundraising efforts during the covid-19 National Lockdown in April 2020vl raised £38.9M for NHS charities after his pledge to walk 100 laps of his garden before his 100th birthday captured the imagination of fans from around the world.

The nation was inspired by his indomitable spirit, he also went ahead to break two Guinness World Records by becoming the oldest man a number 1 single in the UK charts with his cover of You’ll Never Walk Alone, which he collaborated with Michael Ball and the NHS Voices of Care choir, and raising the most money in history for performing a solo charity walk.

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