Video report by ITV News Anglia's Raveena Ghattaura
A trainee doctor from Norfolk has been speaking about the fear that exists among those working on the frontline in the fight against coronavirus.
Fola Opatola trained in Nigeria and moved to the UK in 2017.
He now works in the A and E department at the James Paget Hospital in Gorleston in Norfolk and says he's worried he could be putting his loved ones at risk when he comes back home from a shift at the hospital.
You can smell the fear as the news come in daily and you get the counts of the number of people who died.
One of six children, Fola followed his father's footsteps into medicine.
He always wanted to be a doctor and says his passion for helping people inspired him to take up the job.
But with thousands being diagnosed with the Covid-19 virus across the UK, pressure is mounting on our health service like never before.
Fola's wife Rume is proud of his achievements, but admits she's worried about him and the crisis the NHS is facing.
She says it's difficult for their two sons Semilore and Oreofe to understand the precautions and why their dad has to keep his distance from them when he arrives back home from work.
I'm grateful for him being part of the people who are actually doing something to help the situation.
Fola admits he is frightened about the challenge both him and the NHS are up against, but says his faith will get him through it.
"You definitely get anxious", he said.
"But I think faith over fear, that's what I believe."