Greater than 120 frontline NHS and care employees are confirmed to have died throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Overseas Secretary Dominic Raab, standing in for Boris Johnson at Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday, mentioned 108 NHS and social care employees are recognized to have died from coronavirus.
By means of tributes from native NHS trusts and family members, the PA information company has confirmed the names of 124 well being and social care employees who’ve died after contracting Covid-19 since March 25.
This chronological record accommodates individuals who had been working in roles shortly earlier than their deaths the place they had been prone to come into contact with sufferers.
It’s prone to be nonetheless decrease than the true variety of employees who’ve died, because the names of some victims won’t but be within the public area.
– Ray Lever, home providers assistant
Ray Lever, a home providers assistant on the Northern Basic Hospital, was remembered by colleagues as a form man and a doting grandfather. He died on Might 1.
His daughters Rachel, Kathryn, and Rebecca mentioned: “Dad was the right dad and grandad and nothing was ever an excessive amount of hassle for him if it meant serving to another person.”
Gill Oakes, hospice nurse
Gill Oakes was a senior medical assist nurse at Bolton Hospice – she died on April 30 after contracting coronavirus.
Leigh Vallance, the chief govt at Bolton Hospice, mentioned: “She was a superb nurse who typically helped new members of the group settle into their function on the hospice. We’ll at all times keep in mind her kindness and her pretty smile.”
– Philomina Cherian, nurse
Philomina Cherian was a workers nurse on the Acute Evaluation Unit on the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. She handed away on April 30 as a consequence of Covid-19, aged 63.
Sam Foster, chief nursing officer, mentioned: “She was an extremely caring good friend and colleague who will probably be terribly missed by us all.”
– Mark Stanley, paramedic
Yorkshire Ambulance Service mentioned two of its workers had died inside three days after contracting coronavirus.
The primary, 57-year-old Mark Stanley from North Yorkshire, died in hospital on April 30. Mr Stanley’s associates mentioned he was “such a terrific bloke” and very match with no underlying well being situations.
– Unnamed emergency medical technician for Yorkshire Ambulance Service
The second member of the Yorkshire Ambulance Service was an unnamed medical technician from West Yorkshire, who died in hospital on April 30.
Each colleagues “labored tirelessly for a few years serving their native communities and had been married with households”, the belief mentioned in a press release.
– Dr Nasir Khan
Married father-of-three Dr Nasir Khan would “search for the slightest of excuses to assist these in want,” in response to his son Mahad Ali Khan.
Dr Khan was a locum physician working at Dewsbury and District Hospital, who died on April 29 after contracting Covid-19.
– Kenneth Lambatan, cardiology analysis nurse
Mr Lambatan was simply 33 years previous when he died on April 27 after contracting Covid-19 and was “a unprecedented individual, son, brother, nurse, colleague and good friend”, in response to a GoFundMe web page posted in his reminiscence.
St George’s Hospital, London, the place he labored, mentioned he was “described as a ‘true gem’ by people who knew him properly”.
– Anujkumar Kuttikkottu Pavithran, nurse
Often known as Kumar to his colleagues, Mr Pavithran was a workers nurse at Pilgrim Hospital, Boston, the place he was “very well-liked” in response to a spokesman for his office. He died on April 27 having contracted Covid-19.
– Elma Cavalida, maternity assistant
The “bubbly” and “pleasant” maternity assistant labored at Northwick Park Hospital and died on April 26 after contracting Covid-19.
She arrived in England 10 years in the past from the Philippines in response to a GoFundMe web page arrange by her husband.
– Julius Sana, healthcare assist employee
Mr Sana, 40, fell unwell with Covid-19 whereas working at a personal hospital which cares for individuals with neurodegenerative ailments in Newport, South Wales. He died on April 26.
– Eileen Landers, cleaner
The hospital cleaner with a “coronary heart of gold” died after contracting Covid-19 on April 26 at Queen’s Hospital in Burton-upon-Trent, the place she had labored for the previous 16 years.
– Fiona Anderson, nurse
The group workers nurse at Grindon Lane Main Care Centre, Sunderland, “devoted her life to serving to others” earlier than she died on April 26 after testing optimistic for the virus.
Her household mentioned she died “doing what she liked, working for the NHS and caring for these in want”.
– Jodon Gait, nurse
The 46-year-old had signs of Covid-19 earlier than dying at house on April 25. He had been working for simply over 12 months within the medical quick keep unit at Worcestershire Royal Hospital, the place he was described as “a devoted, passionate, caring colleague”.
– Adekunle Enitan, intensive care nurse
The “form and cheery” father-of-two died in hospital on April 24 after being cared for by the group at William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, Kent, with whom he had labored for 5 years.
– Janice Glassey, healthcare assistant
The “much-loved” 66-year-old, who labored within the out-of-hours district nursing service for Bridgewater Group Healthcare NHS Basis Belief in Halton, Cheshire, died on April 24 after contracting the virus, her employers mentioned.
– Tony Kabia, hospital safety guard
Tony Kabia, a hospital safety employee from Wythenshaw, Better Manchester, “took pleasure in his work and brightened everybody’s day”, mentioned well being belief bosses. He died on April 23.
– Larni Zuniga, care house nurse
Mr Zuniga, who obtained his British citizenship in February, died on April 24 aged 54, at St Thomas’ Hospital in central London.
After arriving within the UK 12 years in the past in a bid to make a greater life for his household, in response to a good friend, he labored within the Surrey Hills care house in Godalming.
– Dr Vishna Rasiah, guide neonatologist
Dr Vishna Rasiah, who labored as a “medical lead” at Birmingham Girls’s and Youngsters’s NHS Basis Belief, died after contracting coronavirus, the belief introduced on April 24.
His spouse Liza mentioned: “He handled each affected person and household he cared for as his personal. I couldn’t have been prouder of him.”
– Sharon Scanlon, care employee
The “devoted, hard-working” 58-year-old, a member of Powys County Council’s grownup social care group in Mid Wales for 4 years, died of suspected Covid-19 on April 23. From Brecon, she was married and had two grown-up kids and a granddaughter.
– June Anderson, carer
Ms Anderson died on April 22 after contracting Covid-19, having labored for a few years at James Dixon Court docket in Netherton, Merseyside, Sefton Council has confirmed.
– Mahadaye Jagroop, nurse
Often known as Mary, Ms Jagroop labored at Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham, the place she died after contracting Covid-19 on April 22.
“Mary was a revered and liked member of our group and touched the lives of many in her distinguished profession as a nurse,” mentioned Lisa Stalley-Inexperienced, chief nurse at College Hospitals Birmingham NHS Basis Belief.
– Angie Cunningham, nurse
Angie Cunningham supplied “superb care” as a nurse for 30 years earlier than she died at Borders Basic Hospital, the place she labored, on April 22.
In a joint assertion with NHS Borders Belief chief govt Ralph Roberts, Ms Cunningham’s household mentioned: “Angie was a much-loved spouse, mom, sister, granny and nice granny, in addition to a good friend to many extra.”
– Katy Davis, nurse
The College of Southampton confirmed the demise of Katy Davis, who labored in little one well being and was described by her colleagues as “a nurse individuals would aspire to be like”.
The 38-year-old had underlying well being situations and died on April 21 at Southampton Basic Hospital after testing optimistic for the virus.
– Melonie Mitchell, 111 employee
Ms Mitchell’s demise was confirmed by the London Ambulance Service, the place she labored. Chief govt Garrett Emmerson mentioned she “will probably be vastly missed”.
– Medhat Atalla, guide
The “massively in style and revered” Dr Atalla died following remedy for coronavirus at Doncaster Royal Infirmary (DRI), the place he labored as a guide geriatrician, the hospital mentioned.
He moved to Britain from Egypt about 20 years in the past and his colleagues mentioned he cared for aged individuals on three continents, together with throughout the north of England.
– Ian Reynolds, paramedic
Ian Reynolds, 53, had labored as a paramedic for greater than 30 years, and for the final eight had been working as a member of the Selhurst Park pitch-side medical group.
Crystal Palace Soccer Membership paid tribute to him and mentioned he was a “much-loved colleague” and good friend.
– Ann Shepherd, counsellor
Ann Shepherd, who had labored on the Moir Medical Centre in Lengthy Eaton, Derbyshire, for 26 years, died in hospital earlier this week, the Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Basis Belief mentioned.
The 80-year-old, from Leicester, had underlying well being situations earlier than contracting coronavirus.
– Sharon Bamford, care assistant
Sharon Bamford was described as a “heat” and “caring” healthcare assistant who labored on the haematology/oncology ward at Singleton Hospital in Swansea.
Her demise on April 21 follows that of her husband Malcolm, who additionally died after contracting Covid-19. Their son, Christian, was admitted to hospital with the virus however has since been discharged.
– Graham Thorne, hospital upkeep employee
After contracting Covid-19 the “quiet and pleasant” Mr Thorne died at his office of 4 years, Bedford Hospital, the place he was a “quiet and pleasant” member of the group in response to Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Basis Belief.
He died on April 20 in response to the BBC, who spoke together with his accomplice Debbie Cox.
– Charlie Goodwin, ambulance employee
The 61-year-old was described as “an enormously revered member” of the first4care ambulance service in Nottinghamshire. He spent 11 days in intensive care with Covid-19 earlier than he died on April 20.
Mr Goodwin had been an ambulance employee for 20 years, and his spouse Julie mentioned he “needed to assist out and do his bit”.
– Dr Yusuf Patel, GP and surgical procedure founder
Father-of-three Dr Yusuf Patel, 61, based Woodgrange Medical Follow in Newham, east London, the place he labored as GP for over 20 years earlier than he died with coronavirus signs on April 20.
Dr Patel’s colleagues there have remembered him as a “easy, humble and trustworthy man” who was “the life and soul of any occasion.”
– Grant Maganga, psychological well being nurse
Grant Maganga died on April 20 at Tameside Hospital after 11 years of nursing, most lately at Hurst Place in Ashton-under-Lyne, Manchester, a rehabilitation unit for males with extreme psychological sickness and complicated wants.
“Grant was an distinctive nurse who cared deeply for his sufferers and lit up the room together with his infectious smile and optimistic persona,” mentioned Clare Parker, director of nursing at Pennine Care NHS Basis Belief, which runs Mr Maganga’s unit.
– Kirsty Jones, healthcare assist employee
The mother-of-two died on Monday after working for 24 years with NHS Lanarkshire, the place she was described as a “selfless and vibrant” worker.
Her husband, Nigel, mentioned: “She was an exquisite spouse, mom, daughter, sister, good friend and nurse… A void has opened in our hearts that can by no means be crammed.”
– Sadeq Elhowsh, orthopaedic surgeon
The 58-year-old father of 4 labored for St Helens and Knowsley Educating Hospitals NHS Belief in Merseyside for 17 years.
His nephew Raeif, 32, mentioned Mr Elhowsh was “actually a terrific good friend and “an clever, kind-hearted, decided, cheerful and extremely achieved man”.
– Sophie Fagan, carer assist specialist
Described as an “extraordinary lady” who “refused to retire”, Sophie Fagan, 78, was well-known at Homerton College Hospital and throughout Hackney, first qualifying as a nurse in 1966.
Paying tribute to her, Homerton chief govt Tracey Fletcher mentioned: “She refused to completely retire and, though she did scale back her hours, she was typically to be discovered assembly kin and supporting workers within the hospital when she wasn’t as a consequence of be. Sophie needed to make a distinction and caring for the aged was her ardour.
– Craig Wakeham, GP
Dr Wakeham had been working as a GP for 30 years, and a message on the Cerne Abbas Surgical procedure web site mentioned: “He was additionally a number one gentle in each the Scientific Commissioning Group and Native Medical Committee, in addition to a faithful husband and father to his two boys.”
He had spent a number of days in hospital after contracting the virus.
– Ate Wilma Banaag, nurse
Nurse and mom of three Ate Wilma Banaag had labored at Watford Basic Hospital for nearly 20 years, since she arrived within the UK in January 2001.
A fundraiser, arrange in her reminiscence, mentioned she was “so hard-working as much as her final working days” when she contracted the virus.
– Ade Dickson, psychological well being nurse
Mr Dickson had been working within the Barnet Disaster Decision and Dwelling Remedy Group on the time of his demise.
The Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Psychological Well being Belief, which introduced his demise, mentioned: “Ade was a extremely revered colleague who will probably be deeply missed by his household, associates, Belief workers and sufferers.”
– Gerallt Davies, emergency guide
On April 20, the 51-year-old, from Swansea, turned the primary paramedic in Wales to die after contacting coronavirus. He had labored for the Welsh Ambulance Service for 26 years.
– Manjeet Singh Riyat, emergency guide
Mr Riyat, the primary Sikh to work as an A&E guide within the UK, died on April 20. He was recognized by his colleagues on the Royal Derby Hospital because the “father of the emergency division”.
– Joanne Klenczon, home supervisor
A 34-year-old home supervisor from Northampton Basic Hospital (NGH), Ms Klenzon’s demise was introduced by the belief on April 20.
Dr Sonia Swart, chief govt on the belief, mentioned: “Joanna Klenczon touched the lives of so many individuals at NGH and she or he will probably be missed by everybody who knew or labored together with her.
– Chrissie Emerson, healthcare assistant
Ms Emerson was working on the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) in King’s Lynn in Norfolk when she died after testing optimistic for Covid-19.
In a joint assertion issued on April 20, Queen Elizabeth Hospital chief govt Caroline Shaw and chairman Professor Steve Barnett mentioned: “The entire household at QEH is deeply saddened at dropping Chrissie Emerson, who was such a valued colleague, and much-loved spouse to Michael and cherished mom and grandmother.
– Grace Kungwengwe, healthcare employee
The frontline employee and grandmother is described as a “devoted NHS employee, who liked her job and was actively working till she examined optimistic (for) Covid-19” on a fundraising web page arrange in her reminiscence.
It mentioned: “She was liked by many and her dedication and look after others was second to none.”
– Josephine Matseke (Manini), nurse
Josephine Masteke (Manini), also referred to as Josephine Peter, died on April 18 at Southport and Formby District Basic Hospital after testing optimistic for Covid-19.
She had been working at Southport on an company contract since February and had been a nurse for 20 years. She was married with two kids.
– Rajesh Kalraiya, group paediatrician, and Mamoona Rana, trainee registrar in psychiatry
The North East London Basis Belief (NELFT) confirmed the deaths of Drs Kalraiya and Rana, describing them as two “extremely valued and revered colleagues”.
Dr Kalraiya was 68 and was working as a locum in Romford. Dr Rana was 49.
– Margaret Tapley, healthcare assistant
The “phenomenal, dedicated, kind-hearted” auxiliary nurse was nonetheless working evening shifts when she died on April 19, on the age of 84.
Her grandson, Tom Wooden, paid tribute to her and mentioned she had impressed him to change into a nurse himself.
– Patrick McManus, nurse
Mr McManus, 60, had labored as a nurse in Staffordshire for greater than 40 years when he died after contracting Covid-19.
– Unnamed paramedic for North West Ambulance Service
The paramedic was married with kids and had labored for the belief for a substantial variety of years.
Chief govt Daren Mochrie mentioned the demise will “deeply have an effect on many individuals inside the belief”.
– Jenelyn Carter, healthcare assistant
Ms Carter labored on the admissions ward at Morriston Hospital and was well-loved by all her colleagues and sufferers, Swansea Bay College Well being Board mentioned.
– Michael Allieu, workers nurse
Homerton College Hospital NHS Belief confirmed that workers nurse Michael Allieu died on April 18 at Homerton Hospital.
– Dean McKee, care employee
The 28-year-old, who labored at St Vincent’s Home care house in Hammersmith, died on April 7.
Whereas the household had not been given official affirmation of his coronavirus analysis, they imagine Mr McKee should have died of the sickness and advised PA that police let kin “go as much as see him they usually needed to put on the complete PPE to be able to go within the small room that they’d put aside”.
– Khulisani (Khuli) Nkala, psychological well being nurse
Mr Nkala, 46, a “well-respected and selfless skilled nurse, who at all times put the affected person first” had been working as a cost nurse within the forensic providers at Leeds and York Partnership NHS Basis Belief earlier than he died on April 17, after testing optimistic for Covid-19.
– Vivek Sharma, occupational therapist
The 58-year-old father-of-two died on April 17 after isolating for the reason that finish of March.
Described as a delicate soul who was form and beneficiant, he had been isolating from across the finish of March as a weak member of workers as a consequence of underlying well being situations, and have become unwell with coronavirus.
– Linda Clarke, group midwife
Wigan At present reported the demise of Linda Clarke, a 66-year-old group midwife at Royal Albert Edward Infirmary on April 17.
– Ruben Munoz, nursing assistant
Ruben Munoz, a father of two and nursing assistant at Surrey and Sussex NHS Belief for a decade, died on April 17.
– Kamlesh Kumar Masson, physician
Dr Masson, who died on April 16 aged 78, had labored within the NHS for 47 years. He based the Milton Street Surgical procedure in Grays, Essex, in 1985 and labored there till 2017, when he moved on to locum work.
– Daybreak Marshall, assist time restoration employee
Most lately at Quayside Home in Oldbury, Ms Marshall had labored for the Black Nation Healthcare NHS Basis Belief for 10 years earlier than her demise on April 15. The belief mentioned she was “bubbly” and “at all times breaking out in music”.
– Esther Akinsanya, nurse
The nurse and grandmother was engaged on the entrance line at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in London earlier than her demise on the night of April 15, the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Belief confirmed.
On a GoFundMe web page arrange in her reminiscence, Ms Akinsanya’s son Samuel described her as “an altruistic one that put us and everybody round her first in all circumstances”, who had been a nurse for the NHS for over 20 years alongside together with her older sister, Mary Idowu, who has additionally been combating Covid-19 and been in a coma in latest weeks.
– Barry England, main operations supervisor
The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Belief confirmed Mr England died on April 16, having spent 4 days in hospital after testing optimistic for the virus.
A press release issued on behalf of his household mentioned Mr England was extraordinarily proud to have labored for the ambulance service for greater than 33 years.
– Lourdes Campbell, healthcare assistant
Often known as “Des” to her colleagues, the healthcare assistant was remembered as “diligent and compassionate” by the Bolton NHS Basis Belief.
In a press release on April 16, chief govt of the belief Fiona Noden mentioned Ms Campbell died within the vital care unit at Royal Bolton Hospital after contracting the virus.
– Simon Visitor, radiographer
A radiographer at Furness Basic Hospital, Mr Visitor died on the night of April 15. His spouse Nicky described him as “particular, a real gentleman and a terrific function mannequin to all”.
– Jane Murphy, medical assist employee
Aged 73, Ms Murphy labored at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary for nearly 30 years, first as a cleaner earlier than being retrained as a medical assist employee.
“Jane would assist anyone out, however would let you know if you happen to had been mistaken,” a good friend mentioned.
– Dr Krishan Arora, GP
Dr Krishan Arora was a senior accomplice at Violet Lane Medical Follow, and had been a GP in Croydon, south London, for 27 years. The 57-year-old died on April 15 after testing optimistic for the virus.
– Gladys Mujajati, also referred to as Gladys Nyemba, psychological well being nurse
The 46-year-old, who labored to assist individuals in Derby, has been described as “valuable” by science minister Amanda Solloway, and “much-loved”, “heat” and “caring” by her colleagues.
Ms Mujajati, who had an underlying well being situation and had stepped away from work in latest weeks, died in hospital, the Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Basis Belief mentioned.
-Amrik Bamotra, radiology assist employee
Mr Bamotra, recognized to colleagues as “Bob”, was mentioned to have “handled everybody like his circle of relatives”, and leaves behind a spouse, daughter and son.
The 63-year-old had labored on the King George Hospital in Ilford, east London, for 4 years, and is suspected to have died from coronavirus. His demise was introduced on April 15.
– Andy Treble, theatre assistant
The 57-year-old, a theatre assistant on the Wrexham Maelor Hospital in North Wales, died on April 15 after testing optimistic for the illness.
His sister, Maria Molloy, described her brother – who had labored on the hospital for nearly 40 years – as a “form man” who devoted his life to his occupation and “at all times had a smile on his face”.
– Khalid Jamil, healthcare assistant
Mr Jamil, 57, died on April 14 after working in a ward caring for the aged at Watford Basic Hospital, having joined West Hertfordshire NHS Belief in March 2006.
His daughter Sumaiyah Jamil, 22, advised the Watford Observer her father was “an NHS hero who misplaced his life to coronavirus” however whose reminiscences they are going to cherish eternally.
– Juliet Alder, healthcare assistant
The 58-year-old mom had labored at West London NHS Belief since 2016. She died on April 14 and was described by Carolyn Regan, belief chief govt, as “form, caring and considerate”
– Linnette Cruz, dental nurse
The 51-year-old senior head nurse on the Brynteg dental apply in Sketty died on April 14 having been admitted with Covid-19 in March, in response to NHS Wales.
Brynteg apply proprietor Nik Patel mentioned: “She introduced love, gentle and pleasure to everybody round her and will probably be sadly missed by all.”
– Unnamed care house employee
Pitkerro Care Centre in Dundee confirmed that one among its carers died over the Easter financial institution vacation weekend after being look after in a hospital with Covid-19 signs.
Extra info has not been launched about them by their household or employer, however the carer was described as “splendidly compassionate, extraordinarily hard-working and much-loved”.
– Steven Pearson, psychological well being nurse
Father-of-two Steven Pearson “devoted his life to psychological well being”, mentioned Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Put on NHS Belief, for whom he labored for 30 years serving to weak sufferers locally.
A “extremely revered member of the group with a bigger than life persona”, he leaves his spouse Anne, and their two daughters, Rebecca, 26, and Bethany, 20.
– Josiane Zauma Ebonja Ekoli, nurse
The mother-of-five was an company nurse who lived in Leeds and labored at Harrogate Hospital. She died on April 13, aged 55.
Her daughter mentioned: “It meant every thing to be a nurse, she’s been doing it for so long as I keep in mind – greater than 30 years.”
– Barbara Sage, Marie Curie nurse
The 68-year-old, from Bromley in south London, died in intensive care on April 12 after spending greater than 40 years working in palliative care, and the final 14 years with Marie Curie.
– Rahima Bibi Sidhanee, care house workers
Rahima Bibi Sidhanee, who labored at Grennell Lodge Nursing Dwelling in Sutton, south London, for greater than 30 years, died in hospital on April 12 after contracting Covid-19.
– Dr Peter Tun, affiliate specialist
The daddy-of-two labored as an affiliate specialist in neurorehabilitation on the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Studying for greater than 21 years.
The 62-year-old, who died within the intensive care unit on the hospital on April 12, was known as a “superhero dad” by his two sons in a tribute.
– Mary Agyeiwaa Agyapong, nurse
Mary Agyeiwaa Agyapong died on April 12 after testing optimistic for Covid-19 earlier within the month.
David Carter, chief govt at Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Basis Belief, mentioned: “Mary labored right here for 5 years and was a extremely valued and liked member of our group, a incredible nurse and a terrific instance of what we stand for on this belief.”
– Cheryl Williams, ward housekeeper
North Middlesex College Hospital mentioned Ms Williams can be remembered as a “much-loved colleague”.
Ms Williams, who labored as a housekeeper on an aged affected person ward on the hospital in Edmonton, north London, died on April 12.
– Maureen Ellington, healthcare assistant
Grandmother Mrs Ellington, who was in her early 60s “would gentle up any room she entered”, labored at Southmead Hospital in Bristol and died on April 12, having labored for the NHS for greater than 25 years
– Leilani Medel, nurse
Mrs Medel, who labored as an company nurse in South Wales, was described as a “fantastic and caring individual”. Her employer, Cardiff-based Hoop Recruitment, mentioned: “The nursing occupation has misplaced a warm-natured and delightful nurse who cared for thus many weak individuals throughout her nursing profession.”
– Amarante Dias, hospital employee
Amarante Dias, who labored on the Weston Basic Hospital in north Somerset, was described as a “valued and much-loved colleague” who can be “vastly missed”.
– Melujean Ballesteros, nurse
The “devoted and really caring” Filipino nurse, 60, died at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, London, on April 12, simply two days after being admitted.
– Kevin Smith, plaster technician
Doncaster Royal Infirmary confirmed the demise of plaster technician Kevin Smith on April 12, following a “temporary, however brave, battle with Covid-19”.
He labored on the hospital for greater than 35 years and was “famend for his heat persona, diligence and compassion”, the belief mentioned.
– Oscar King Jr, hospital porter
Oscar King Jr, a Filipino porter on the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, died on April 11, aged 45. He was mentioned to have labored for the hospital for greater than a decade, “at all times doing his job with nice enthusiasm and pleasure”.
– Elbert Rico, hospital porter
A colleague of Oscar King Jr at John Radcliffe, Mr Rico labored as a porter there since shifting to the UK from the Philippines in 2004 “and liked the work that he did”, in response to a fundraising web page printed by his household.
– Gareth Roberts, nurse
The demise of the “extraordinarily in style” Mr Roberts, who got here out of retirement in 2015 having labored for the reason that 1980s, was confirmed by Cardiff and Vale College Well being Board on April 11.
– Donna Campbell, healthcare assist employee
Described by colleagues as “lovely and kind-hearted”, the healthcare assist employee from the Velindre Most cancers Centre in Cardiff died on the College Hospital of Wales on April 10.
– Sara Dee Trollope, nurse
A 51-year-old matron for older grownup psychological well being providers in Hillingdon, west London, Mrs Trollope died at Watford Basic Hospital on April 10 after testing optimistic for the virus.
The mother-of-four was described as “an instance to each one among us” by her daughter.
– Brian Darlington, porter
Mr Darlington, a porter with Mid Cheshire Hospitals, was recognized for handing out sweets to his colleagues. He died on April 10, aged 68.
His spouse of 46 years, Ava, mentioned: “He was devoted to the belief, and as a household we’re grateful for and appreciative of the entire form phrases and messages now we have seen and obtained.”
– Julie Omar, nurse
The trauma and orthopaedics nurse at Redditch’s Alexandra Hospital in Worcestershire died at house whereas self-isolating with signs on April 10. She was 52.
– Amor Gatinao, nurse
The nurse is reported to have died on the morning of April 10, having labored at St Charles Hospital, west London.
– Andy Costa, ward administrator
Mr Costa was one of many longest-serving members of workers at a psychological well being centre in London, having labored for 26 years within the NHS, most lately as a ward administrator at Highgate Psychological Well being Centre in north London.
The NHS belief paid tribute to his “diligence and loyalty” after he died on April 9.
– Abdul Gellaledin, ambulance care assistant
Colleagues of Mr Gellaledin, who labored for Falck Ambulance UK serving to to move sufferers to and from Kingston Hospital, held a two-minute silence for him following his demise earlier in April.
– Aimee O’Rourke, nurse
The 39-year-old nurse and mom died on the Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mom Hospital in Margate, Kent, the place she labored, on April 9.
– Dr Abdul Mabud Chowdhury, guide urologist
The 53-year-old wrote a Fb publish asking Prime Minister Boris Johnson to urgently present each NHS employee with private protecting tools simply 5 days earlier than he died on the evening of April 8.
– Dr Edmond Adedeji, physician
The 62-year-old labored as a locum registrar within the emergency division of Nice Western Hospital in Swindon, Wiltshire, and died “doing a job he liked” on April 8.
– Fayez Ayache, GP
The 76-year-old common practitioner and grandfather died in Ipswich Hospital on April 8, having been recognized with bilateral pneumonia and coronavirus.
– Elsie Sazuze, care house nurse
Mrs Sazuze, who labored for Wolverhampton-based company Totallycare, died on April 7 at Good Hope Hospital in Sutton Coldfield, in response to the BBC, who spoke to her husband, Ken.
– Leilani Dayrit, nurse
Described as a “ray of sunshine”, Ms Dayrit, a Filipino nurse who labored at St Cross Hospital in Rugby, died on April 7.
– Donald Suelto, nurse
The 51-year-old, who labored at Hammersmith Hospital in west London, died on April 7 after going into self-isolation with coronavirus signs.
– Alice Package Tak Ong, nurse
The 70-year-old, initially from Hong Kong, died on April 7 after 44 years of working for the NHS. She was described by her daughter, Melissa, as “beneficiant to everybody else earlier than herself”.
– Janice Graham, nurse
The 58-year-old healthcare assist employee from NHS Better Glasgow and Clyde turned the primary nurse in Scotland to die because of the coronavirus pandemic on April 6.
– Syed Zishan Haider, GP
The 79-year-old household physician, generally known as Zishan by colleagues at Barking and Dagenham CCG – the place he labored for greater than three many years, died in hospital on April 6 after testing optimistic for coronavirus.
The CCG chair Dr Jagan John mentioned: “Dr Haider was a selfless man who liked his sufferers, and it is a tragic loss to our GP group.”
– Barbara Moore, affected person discharge planner
Described as an “unsung hero”, the 54-year-old grandmother died on April 6, the Liverpool College Hospitals NHS Basis Belief mentioned.
– Dr Alfa Saadu, physician
The 68-year-old, who had returned to work from retirement, died on April 6 on the Whittington Hospital in north London.
– Jitendra Rathod, surgeon
A “extremely regarded” affiliate specialist in cardiothoracic surgical procedure on the College Hospital of Wales, Mr Rathod died on the morning of April 6.
– Lynsay Coventry, midwife
Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow, Essex, introduced the demise of the 54-year-old – the primary involving a serving NHS midwife after testing optimistic for the virus – on April 5.
– Emily Perugia, care employee
A care co-ordinator in Hillingdon, north-west London, Ms Perugia was simply 29 on the time of her demise, which was confirmed on April 5.
She was described by a colleague as a “pretty lady, who by no means mentioned no to any requests”. Ms Perugia’s mom, sister, brother and fiance all work for a similar NHS belief as her.
– Ibilola Aladejana, hospital receptionist
Often known as Lola, the “much-loved” Mrs Aladejana was an company employee who had been at College School Hospital for 4 years, most lately as a receptionist.
The mother-of-three died on April Four as a consequence of issues of Covid-19, in response to a GoFundMe web page arrange by her husband Ayodele Aladejana.
– Catherine Sweeney, care house employee
Ms Sweeney died on April Four whereas being cared for on the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley. In a press release launched by the GMB union, her household mentioned she was a “fantastic mom, sister, and beloved aunty”.
– Glen Corbin, nurse
The 59-year-old had labored on the Park Royal Centre for Psychological Well being in Harlesden, north-west London, for greater than 25 years and his employer, the Central and North West London NHS Basis Belief, introduced his demise on April 4.
– Rebecca Mack, nurse
The 29-year-old died on April 5, after going into self-isolation with signs. Her good friend, Sarah Bredin-Kemp, mentioned she was an “unimaginable nurse”.
– Liz Glanister, nurse
Aintree College Hospital mentioned the workers nurse died on April 3, together with her household describing their loss as “merely past phrases”.
– Dr Anton Sebastianpillai, guide
The guide geriatrician died on April 4, 4 days after being admitted to the intensive care unit and two weeks after finishing his last shift on March 20, in response to Kingston Hospital in south-west London.
– Amanda Forde, GP receptionist
In a press release on its web site, Vale Follow in Crouch Finish, north London, paid tribute to the “lovely, caring receptionist”, who handed away on April Three having contracted Covid-19.
– John Alagos, nurse
The Mail On Sunday reported that the 27-year-old nurse, who handled coronavirus sufferers at Watford Basic Hospital, died after a shift on April 3.
– Areema Nasreen, nurse
Ms Nasreen, 36, died on April 2 in intensive care at Walsall Manor Hospital within the West Midlands, the place she had labored for 16 years.
– Professor Mohamed Sami Shousha, researcher
The 79-year-old, who had labored at UK most cancers analysis laboratories at London’s Hammersmith and Charing Cross hospitals since 1978, died on April 2.
His nephew, Abdelrahman Shousha, mentioned his uncle returned to work to assist struggle the virus regardless of his age, including: “My uncle was characterised by his humbleness, advantage and his adamancy to assist and serve, whether or not it’s his household, associates, his colleagues or his college students.”
– Carol Jamabo, care employee
Mom-of-two Ms Jamabo, 56, is believed to have been the primary care employee who died after contracting Covid-19 to be recognized publicly.
The care employee with Cherish Aged Care in Bury, Better Manchester, died on April 1, in response to a GoFundMe web page established to assist her household.
– Thomas Harvey, nurse
The healthcare assistant, a father-of-seven who labored at Goodmayes Hospital in Ilford, east London, died at house on March 29, aged 57.
– Dr Amged El-Hawrani, guide
Dr El-Hawrani was an ear, nostril and throat guide with College Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Basis Belief. He died at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester on March 28, aged 55.
– Pooja Sharma, pharmacist
Ms Sharma, a pharmacist at Eastbourne District Basic Hospital, died unexpectedly on March 26, in response to a JustGiving web page created in her reminiscence.
– Dr Habib Zaidi, physician
The GP in Leigh-on-Sea died in intensive care at Southend Hospital, Essex, on March 25, aged 76.
– Dr Adil El Tayar, transplant surgeon
The 63-year-old died at West Middlesex College Hospital in Isleworth, west London, on March 25. He had been working as a locum surgeon.