More than 120 frontline NHS and care workers are confirmed to have died during the coronavirus pandemic.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, standing in for Boris Johnson at Prime Minister's Questions on Wednesday, said 108 NHS and social care workers are known to have died from coronavirus.
Through tributes from local NHS trusts and loved ones, the PA news agency has confirmed the names of 121 health and social care workers who have died after contracting Covid-19 since March 25.
This chronological list contains people who were working in roles shortly before their deaths where they were likely to come into contact with patients.
It is likely to be still lower than the true number of workers who have died, as the names of some victims will not yet be in the public domain.- Mark Stanley, paramedic
Yorkshire Ambulance Service said two of its staff had died within three days after contracting coronavirus.
The first, 57-year-old Mark Stanley from North Yorkshire, died in hospital on April 30. Mr Stanley's friends said he was "such a great bloke" and extremely fit with no underlying health conditions.- 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.
Both colleagues "worked tirelessly for many years serving their local communities and were married with families", the trust said in a statement.- Dr Nasir Khan
Married father-of-three Dr Nasir Khan would "look for the slightest of excuses to help those in need," according to his son Mahad Ali Khan.
Dr Khan was a locum doctor working at Dewsbury and District Hospital, who died on April 29 after contracting Covid-19.- Kenneth Lambatan, cardiology research nurse
Mr Lambatan was just 33 years old when he died on April 27 after contracting Covid-19 and was "an extraordinary person, son, brother, nurse, colleague and friend", [hỗ trợ fb] (https://www.atongdai.com/
) according to a GoFundMe page posted in his memory.
St George's Hospital, London, where he worked, said he was "described as a ‘true gem' by those that knew him well".- Anujkumar Kuttikkottu Pavithran, nurse
Known as Kumar to his colleagues, Mr Pavithran was a staff nurse at Pilgrim Hospital, Boston, where he was "very well-liked" according to a spokesman for his workplace. He died on April 27 having contracted Covid-19.- Elma Cavalida, maternity assistant
The "bubbly" and "friendly" maternity assistant worked at Northwick Park Hospital and died on April 26 after contracting Covid-19.
She arrived in England 10 years ago from the Philippines according to a GoFundMe page set up by her husband.- Julius Sana, healthcare support worker
Mr Sana, 40, fell ill with Covid-19 while working at a private hospital which cares for people with neurodegenerative diseases in Newport, South Wales. He died on April 26.- Eileen Landers, cleaner
The hospital cleaner with a "heart of gold" died after contracting Covid-19 on April 26 at Queen's Hospital in Burton-upon-Trent, where she had worked for the past 16 years.- Fiona Anderson, nurse
The community staff nurse at Grindon Lane Primary Care Centre, Sunderland, "devoted her life to helping others" before she died on April 26 after testing positive for the virus.Her family said she died "doing what she loved, working for the NHS and caring for those in need".- Jodon Gait, nurse
The 46-year-old had symptoms of Covid-19 before dying at home on April 25. He had been working for just over 12 months in the medical short stay unit at Worcestershire Royal Hospital, where he was described as "a dedicated, passionate, caring colleague".- Adekunle Enitan, intensive care nurse
The "kind and cheery" father-of-two died in hospital on April 24 after being cared for by the team at William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, Kent, with whom he had worked for five years.- Janice Glassey, healthcare assistant
The "much-loved" 66-year-old, who worked in the out-of-hours district nursing service for Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust in Halton, Cheshire, died on April 24 after contracting the virus, her employers said.- Tony Kabia, hospital security guard
Tony Kabia, a hospital security worker from Wythenshaw, Greater Manchester, "took pride in his work and brightened everyone's day", said health trust bosses. He died on April 23.- Larni Zuniga, care home nurse
Mr Zuniga, who received his British citizenship in February, died on April 24 aged 54, at St Thomas' Hospital in central London.
After arriving in the UK 12 years ago in a bid to make a better life for his family, according to a friend, he worked in the Surrey Hills care home in Godalming.- Dr Vishna Rasiah, consultant neonatologist
Dr Vishna Rasiah, who worked as a "clinical lead" at Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust, died after contracting coronavirus, the trust announced on April 24.
His wife Liza said: "He treated every patient and family he cared for as his own. I couldn't have been prouder of him."- Sharon Scanlon, care worker
The "dedicated, hard-working" 58-year-old, a member of Powys County Council's adult social care team in Mid Wales for four years, died of suspected Covid-19 on April 23. From Brecon, she was married and had two grown-up children and a granddaughter.- June Anderson, carer
Ms Anderson died on April 22 after contracting Covid-19, having worked for many years at James Dixon Court in Netherton, Merseyside, Sefton Council has confirmed.- Mahadaye Jagroop, nurse
Also known as Mary, Ms Jagroop worked at Heartlands Hospital
in Birmingham, where she died after contracting Covid-19 on April 22.
"Mary was a respected and loved member of our team and touched the lives of many in her distinguished career as a nurse," said Lisa Stalley-Green, chief nurse at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.- Angie Cunningham, nurse
Angie Cunningham provided "amazing care" as a nurse for 30 years before she died at Borders General Hospital, where she worked, on April 22.
In a joint statement with NHS Borders Trust chief executive Ralph Roberts, Ms Cunningham's family said: "Angie was a much-loved wife, mother, sister, granny and great granny, as well as a friend to many more."- Katy Davis, nurse
The University of Southampton confirmed the death of Katy Davis, who worked in child health and was described by her colleagues as "a nurse people would aspire to be like".
The 38-year-old had underlying health conditions and died on April 21 at Southampton General Hospital after testing positive for the virus.- Melonie Mitchell, 111 worker
Ms Mitchell's death was confirmed by the London Ambulance Service, where she worked. Chief executive Garrett Emmerson said she "will be greatly missed".- Medhat Atalla, consultant
The "hugely popular and respected" Dr Atalla died following treatment for coronavirus at Doncaster Royal Infirmary (DRI), where he worked as a consultant geriatrician, the hospital said.
He moved to Britain from Egypt about 20 years ago and his colleagues said he cared for elderly people on three continents, including across the north of England.- Ian Reynolds, paramedic
Ian Reynolds, 53, had worked as a paramedic for more than 30 years, and for the last eight had been working as a member of the Selhurst Park pitch-side medical team.