Tributes have been paid to two key workers who have died after falling ill with coronavirus.
Elsie Sazuze died this week. She was a nurse from Birmingham, who worked in a nursing home in Staffordshire.
Andy Howe, from Nuthall in Nottinghamshire was a bus driver, who died on 26 March after his condition deteriorated rapidly.
Mrs Sazuze has been described as a "well-liked, well-respected and hardworking nurse" by the owner of the nursing home near Burton-upon-Trent, where she worked.
Elsie was married to her husband Ken and had two children - Andrew who's 18 and Anna who's 16.
She was employed by Wolverhampton-based care agency Totallycare, where Director Patricia Perrin grew up with Elsie in Malawi.
A fundraising page has also been set up to help with the costs for her funeral, which has already raised almost £3,000.
Meanwhile, the partner of Andy Howe, who was 48, said they had plans for a 'fairytale wedding' before his death from coronavirus.
Kevin Whelan said Andy was "a charming, kind, and loving person."
Mr Howe worked for CT4N, the operating arm of Nottingham Community Transport, drove the Medilink service which took NHS workers to hospital.
His partner Mr Whelan, who's 37, said the pair had made plans to marry next year and couldn't wait to spend the rest of their lives together.
He said Andy started to develop a cold and body aches on 20 March, and decided to self-isolate after calling 111.
He continued to be in good spirits, and the couple watched TV together and played chess on 26 March, which Andy won.
However, later that same day his condition quickly worsened, with his temperature spiking and he began struggling to breath.
They called for an ambulance, but sadly he did not make it to hospital in time. The QMC hospital phoned Mr Whelan to come in.
Kevin intends to scatter some of Andy's ashes in Barcelona, a city he was very fond of.
Kevin said Andy had no underlying health issues, and that the coroner confirmed to him that he died from COVID-19.
Mr Whelan's final message to people is a strong one: