September 8 to 19 declared period of mourning following Queen’s passing
The government has declared September 8 to 19, a period of mourning.
This following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.
In a statement today (September 8), the Office of the Prime Minister said effective immediately all flags on public buildings should be flown at half-mast to mark the commencement of the mourning period.
It said a day of mourning will be observed on September 18.
During the period of mourning, it is the customary recommendation that no celebratory activity should take place.