Two nurses died of coronavirus bringing the NHS deaths to 30.
Donna Campbell aged 54 died at the ICU of University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff after tested positive for coronavirus.
Three nurses in total died yesterday. A senior nurse Julie Omar aged 52 has also made it to death. She passed self-isolation period after getting symptoms of the virus.
Almost 30 of the healthcare staff who was working at the frontline has died.
Hospital has paid tribute to Ms Campbell for working over 20 years in the hospital.
The nurse was often seen cheering the patients up by making them sing and dance, according to the staff.
The Velindre University NHS Trust paid their condolence to the family of the nurse. NHS staff also grieved after her death.
She was a gem who would light up a dark room with her lively laughter and amazing personality, the staff said.
Mrs. Trollope, a 51 years old worker served for over 33 years at Hillingdon Hospital. She passed away at Watford General Hospital.
Dr. Paul Hopper, a medical director & Dr. Paul Hopper, a fundraiser for Trollope’s loved ones showed their sympathies towards her family.
They expressed good words about the worker by praising and remembering her services at the hospital.
Nurse Gareth Roberts also expired after serving for 40 years to the medical department.
The colleagues were grieving for the death of Mr. Robert and expressed their feelings about the dead. They said the nurse would always greet patients saying ‘Hello Cariad’.
‘He had a lovely way with relatives and always offered the caring personal side, he was very much an ‘old school’ nurse, they further added.