People across the UK have fallen silent to remember key workers who have lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic.
The nation held a minute's silence on Tuesday.
Hospitals, care settings, homes, and places still working during the lockdown, paused to mark the sombre occasion.
Boris Johnson - who was treated in intensive care after contracting Covid-19 - was among politicians observing the minute's silence on Tuesday at 11am.
A number of key workers operating through the lockdown marked the minute's silence.
Unison, the Royal College of Midwives and the Royal of College of Nursing launched a campaign last week for the minute's silence.
Following the minute's silence, workers outside hospitals up and down the country broke out into applause for their colleagues.
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