Liverpool has marked the 32nd anniversary of the Hillsborough tragedy.
Acts of remembrance were held across the city but people were asked not to gather due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions.
The bells at Liverpool Town Hall tolled 96 times to remember all those who lost their lives on 15 April 1989.
Flags were also flown at half-mast from civic buildings - including St George's Hall, Cunard Building and the Town Hall.
The city observed a minute silence at 3.06pm, the time at which the match was officially stopped, to reflect on the events and all those affected by them.
The Mersey Ferry also sounded its horn at 3.06pm to signal the start of the silence and again to mark its end.
Civic buildings will also be lit red during the evening as an act of remembrance.
Lord Mayor of Liverpool Cllr Anna Rothery will lay a wreath on behalf of the city at the Hillsborough Memorial at Anfield.
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