More than 100 frontline NHS and care workers are confirmed to have died during the coronavirus pandemic.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said that 82 health workers and 16 care workers have died from Covid-19, however, this is only a partial picture.
Tributes from local NHS trusts and loved ones have confirmed the deaths of 98 people working for the NHS and seven in care homes since March 25.
This list is of people who were working in roles shortly before their deaths where they were likely to come into contact with patients. Other deaths are yet to be confirmed.These are the names verified by the PA news agency, listed chronologically.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".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.- 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.- 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.- 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."- 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.
Crystal Palace Football Club paid tribute to him and said he was a "much-loved colleague" and friend.
We are saddened to inform supporters of the news that Ian Reynolds, a much-loved colleague, friend, and a member of the CPFC family lost his battle against Coronavirus earlier this week.Our thoughts are with his friends and family.#CPFC— Crystal Palace F.C. (H) (@CPFC) April 22, 2020
>- Ann Shepherd, counsellor
>Ann Shepherd, who had worked at the Moir Medical Centre in Long Eaton, Derbyshire, for 26 years, died in hospital earlier this week, the Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust said
>The 80-year-old, from Leicester, had underlying health conditions before contracting coronavirus.
>- Sharon Bamford, care assistant
>Sharon Bamford was described as a "warm" and "caring" healthcare assistant who worked on the haematology/oncology ward at Singleton Hospital in Swansea
>Her death on April 21 follows that of her husband Malcolm, who also died after contracting Covid-19. Their son, Christian, was admitted to hospital with the virus but has since been discharged
>- Charlie Goodwin, ambulance worker
>The 61-year-old was described as "an enormously respected member" of the first4care ambulance service in Nottinghamshire. He spent 11 days in intensive care with Covid-19 before he died on April 20
>Mr Goodwin had been an ambulance worker for two decades, and his wife Julie said he "wanted to help out and do his bit"
>- Dr Yusuf Patel, GP and surgery founder
>Father-of-three Dr Yusuf Patel, 61, founded Woodgrange Medical Practice in Newham, east London, where he worked as GP for over two decades before he died with coronavirus symptoms on April 20
>Dr Patel's colleagues there have remembered him as a "simple, humble and honest man" who was "the life and soul of any party.
> - Grant Maganga, mental health nurse
>Grant Maganga died on April 20 at Tameside Hospital after 11 years of nursing, most recently at Hurst Place in Ashton-under-Lyne, Manchester, a rehabilitation unit for men with severe mental illness and complex needs
>"Grant was an exceptional nurse who cared deeply for his patients and lit up the room with his infectious smile and positive personality," said Clare Parker, director walmart oxygen concentrator
of nursing at Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust, which runs Mr Maganga's unit
>- Kirsty Jones, healthcare support worker
>The mother-of-two died on Monday after working for 24 years with NHS Lanarkshire, where she was described as a "selfless and bright" employee
>Her husband, Nigel, said: "She was a wonderful wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend and nurse… A void has opened in our hearts that will never be filled
r>- Sadeq Elhowsh, orthopaedic surgeon</<br>
r>The 58-year-old father of four worked for St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust in Merseyside for 17 year
r>His nephew Raeif, 32, said Mr Elhowsh was "truly a great friend and "an intelligent, kind-hearted, determined, cheerful and highly accomplished man".