The heartbroken family of a grandfather who died after contracting coronavirus have urged others to heed the official advice.
Leonard Gibson, 78, died on St Patrick's Day, three days after he was admitted to the Northern General Hospital in Sheffield.
The grandfather of four, who had the lung condition COPD, was from Fintona, Northern Ireland, and came to South Yorkshire aged 26, working at the Orgreave coke works.
In 1984, Mr Gibson, who was one of 14 children, moved back to the same street he grew up in.
The gifted musician, who could play by ear, finally returned to Sheffield two years ago to be near his two daughters as his health deteriorated.
His grandson Josiah Lenton said:
Mr Lenton praised the NHS care his grandfather received.
And he urged people to take heed of the official advice on keeping themselves and others safe.
He continued: "I think it is absolutely essential that people take this seriously and follow all the guidance."
His sister Tahlia Lenton said: