Zane’s parents and the TruthAboutZane Campaign has taken the decision to postpone our Petition March which was due to take place in London on the 29th March 2020.
We are really sorry that this has been necessary however, it would not be responsible to continue with our plans given the current COVID-19 situation. The world is in an unprecedented situation grappling with a global pandemic of COVID-19 and public health is everyone’s priority.
The recent COVID-19 announcements make clear there is a need to mitigate risk. As such for all of us, especially placing front line Emergency services at risk in a large gathering, who must be kept safe, the responsible thing to do is to delay the march.
Our observances are that the wealthy few will be looked after. The many will not, and will be misdirected and sleepwalk into harms way due to a government happy to abdicate all responsibility for the civilian population.
Zane's campaign is about caring, responsibility, and accountability. Solidarity and collectivism is about standing together to achieve change safely, keeping our brothers and sisters and their families free from illness, or WORSE.
We know you will share our disappointment that we will not be delivering Zane’s petition now but will understand why we have taken this step.
To you and yours STAY SAFE.
Kye and Nicole (Zane’s daddy and mummy) and The TruthAboutZane Campaign
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