Listed: Every NHS nurse and worker we know who gave their lives fighting coronavirus
Three nurses from Watford, Worcestershire and Wales have joined dozens of NHS staff thought to have died after testing positive to Covid-19.
On Saturday Sara Trollope was confirmed to have died at Watford General Hospital, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Trust said 52-year-old Julie Omar had been self-isolating prior to her death and Cardiff and Value University Health Board confirmed the death of Gareth Roberts.
-> Join the Yorkshire Evening Post's new Coronavirus news & info group for the latest as we get itHere are the other NHS workers thought to have made the ultimate sacrifice in the coronavirus pandemic:
- A nurse based at St Cross Hospital in Rugby, who the trust are not identifying, died of suspected Covid-19.
- Elsie Sazuze, a care home nurse who worked for Wolverhampton-based agency Totallycare, died this week, the agency confirmed.
- Two porters at the John Radcliffe Hospital Oxford have died, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust said on Saturday. The trust added that both men were married to nursing staff at the hospital.
- Aintree University Hospital said staff nurse Liz Glanister died on Friday April 3.
- Nurse Areema Nasreen, 36, died on April 2 in intensive care at Walsall Manor Hospital in the West Midlands - where she had worked for 16 years.
- Nurse Aimee O'Rourke, 39, died at the Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Hospital (QEQMH) in Margate, Kent, where she worked, on Thursday.
- Rebecca Mack, 29, died on Sunday after going into self-isolation with coronavirus symptoms.
- Donald Suelto, who worked at Hammersmith Hospital in west London, died after going into self-isolation with coronavirus symptoms, a friend and fellow NHS nurse said.
- The Mail on Sunday reported that 27-year-old nurse John Alagos - who treated coronavirus patients at Watford General Hospital - died after a shift on Friday April 3.
- Nurse Alice Kit Tak Ong, 70, passed away on Tuesday, her daughter said.
- Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow, Essex on Sunday April 5 announced the death of 54-year-old midwife Lynsay Coventry while Janice Graham, a 58-year-old healthcare support worker in Scotland, died on Monday.
- Healthcare assistant Thomas Harvey, 57, a father-of-seven who worked at Goodmayes Hospital in Ilford, east London, died at home on March 29.
- Another healthcare assistant, Glen Corbin, 59, had worked at the Park Royal Centre for Mental Health in Harlesden, north-west London, for more than 25 years.
- Dr Habib Zaidi, 76, a GP in Leigh-on-Sea, died in intensive care at Southend Hospital, Essex, on March 25.
- Amged El-Hawrani, an ear, nose and throat consultant with University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust (UHDB), died at the Glenfield Hospital in Leicester on March 28.
- Dr Alfa Saadu, 68, who had returned to work from retirement, died on Monday at the Whittington Hospital in north London.
- Transplant surgeon Adil El Tayar, 63, died at West Middlesex University Hospital in Isleworth, west London, on March 25.
- Professor Sami Shousha, 79, who had worked at UK cancer research laboratories at London's Hammersmith and Charing Cross hospitals since 1978, died on April 2.
- Consultant geriatrician Anton Sebastianpillai, who had a long association with Kingston Hospital in south-west London, died on April 4.
- Consultant urologist Abdul Mabud Chowdhury, 53, who wrote a Facebook post asking Prime Minister Boris Johnson to urgently provide every NHS worker with PPE, died on Wednesday night.
- Dr Edmond Adedeji, 62, who worked as a locum registrar in the emergency department of Great Western Hospital in Swindon, Wiltshire, died on April 8.
- Jitendra Rathod, an associate specialist in cardio-thoracic surgery at the University Hospital of Wales, died on Monday morning.
- GP Fayez Ayache, 76, died in Ipswich Hospital on April 8.
- Another family doctor, Syed Haider, who worked in Dagenham east London, died in hospital on Monday after it is believed he developed coronavirus symptoms.
- Patient discharge planner Barbara Moore, 54, died on Monday, the Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust said.
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