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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5. Ray Lever
Ray, who was a domestic services assistant at Northern General Hospital, died aged 62 in May. His family described him as the 'perfect dad and grandad' while Sheffield Teaching Hospital's chief executive Kirsten Major said he was 'a credit to the NHS'.
Photo: Sheffield Teaching Hospitals
6. Haji Tanveer Hussain
Taxi driver Haji, from Rotherham, died in October. Fellow driver Nasar Raoof said: "He was one of the humblest people you could ever hope to meet and he never had a bad word to say about anyone or anything."
7. David Streets
David, aged 83, of Bents Green, died from coronavirus in June. David, who devoted his life to helping people living with epilepsy, leaves behind his wife Joan, his three children Michael, Martin and Susan, eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Photo: Epilepsy Action