In the meantime, Harry urged the wider Invictus family to continue to show their resilience and their Invictus spirt by reaching out to each other through social media, and to keep a special watch out for people who might have gone off the radar or 'gone quiet', and check all is well.
Harry thanked everyone at Invictus for their continued support and sent a special thank you to the incredible health professionals keeping everyone safe.
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