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Downtown Cleveland lights up the sky in show of support for health care workers

People living in Northeast Ohio also paticipated by turning on lights at their homes, or by lighting candles or luminaries.

CLEVELAND — The downtown skyline shone brightly for all those who are keeping our communities safe during the coronavirus pandemic.

Thursday night at sunset, Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, Progressive Field’s score board, Terminal Tower, and the Cleveland Clinic Miller Pavilion water feature lit up bright blue to show support for Cleveland Clinic caregivers and all caregivers, health care workers, and first responders fighting on the front lines.

People living in Northeast Ohio were invited to show their support by turning on lights at their homes, or by lighting candles or luminaries. You can share your pictures of support by including #LightUpCLE when you post it to your social media accounts.

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