This is the story of Peter, Mary, Cheryl, Zeeshan and Emeka - five UK workers who were taken by Covid-19.
Today is International Workers' Memorial Day, when trade unions around the world remember workers who lost their lives and commit to keep the living safe.
This year we especially remember the frontline workers who lost their lives to Covid-19 while looking after our loved ones and keeping our country running.
We will be forever in debt to the workers who have died during this pandemic - our nurses, doctors, care staff and other essential workers.
Remember the dead, fight for the living.
At 11am on Tuesday 28th April, take part in the minute's silence.
It will be a moment to pay tribute to the sacrifice made of so many workers during the pandemic, to remember those who've sadly lost their lives, and to thank all those who continue to do vital work at great risk.
The initiative is supported by the government, and reps may wish to request employers mark it, by asking the workforce to cease work for one minute at 11am.
Help spread the word about the minute's silence, by encouraging as many friends and colleagues to take part, whether in their workplace of at home.
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