Amid virus fears and worries about the fading memories of the fast-aging war generation, about 500 participants, reduced from 6,200 last year, mourned the dead with a minute of silence. Masks were required, and there was no singing of the "Kimigayo” national anthem.
Sir Tom is being treated for pneumonia on a ward in Bedfordshire after needing additional help with his breathing, his daughter said in a tweet.
Captain Tom Moore, who captured Britain’s heart as he raised more than £30 million for the NHS last year, has died at the age of 100.
The discovery of World War II bombs is not uncommon in Germany. Construction workers stumbled upon the 500-kilogramme (1,100-pound) bomb on the right bank of the Rhine river on Monday evening, city officials said.
Around half of the planet's population is under some form of lockdown as governments struggle to halt the spread of a disease that has now infected more than 840,000 people.
Sehovic, in her early 40s, launched her memorial exhibit in Bosnia's capital Sarajevo in 2006 with a donation of 923 cups from Srebrenica women who lost loved ones in the massacre.
The bomb was found by a fisherman on Elizabeth Reef near Lord Howe Island, about 550 kilometres (340 miles) off New South Wales state. He photographed his discovery and reported it to authorities.
The British bomb that weighed 500-kilogramme was found on a construction site on Thursday, said the emergency services.
Around 25,000 people had been asked to evacuate the area, including the occupants of a nearby community hospital's neonatal ward.