Here are the names and faces of just eight of those from the city who have lost their lives to Covid-19.
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1. Pat Midgley
Sheffield Councillor Pat Midgley died from Covid-19 in March aged 82. Her great niece, Sophie Wills, said: "They say Sheffield women are made of steel and my Auntie Pat was the true, unflinching embodiment of that phrase."
2. Joan Higham
Joan Higham died at Chesterfield Royal Hospital on April 9 after testing positive for Covid-19. Family remembered the 95-year-old - who lived in Chesterfield but was originally from Sheffield - as a 'strong' woman. She loved her dog Lilly.
Photo: Submitted by family
3. Maria Cassidy
Former nurse Maria, from Wincobank, died aged 68 in April. Her daughter Lisa said: “My mum's name was Maria. She wasn't just a number or a statistic of Covid-19. She was a very much loved and treasured mum, grandma, mum-in-law, sister, auntie and friend.”
4. Roy Shelton
Roy Shelton, from Heeley, died of coronavirus aged 60. His daughter Marianne said: “He was an awesome dad and a brilliant man who didn’t have a bad bone in his body. He was kind to everybody and enjoyed life to the full, and we all miss him so much."
Photo: Family photo